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PUBLIC DOCUMENT .... .... No. 7. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



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ANNUAL REPORT. 



Commonwealth op Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 30, 1899. 

To His Excellency Roger Wolcott, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Governor: — I have the honor most respectfully to sub- 
mit my annual report for the year 1899. 

Militia. 

The entry into the United States service of six regiments 
from the militia, and the individual enlistments from other 
organizations, which did not, and their return to the State 
service, has entailed much additional labor on this office 
during the year now closing. 

The Sixth Regiment, U. S. Volunteers, was mustered out 
Jan. 21, 1899. 

The Fifth Regiment returned from the volunteer service 
and was mustered out March 31, 1899. 

The Eighth Regiment returned from volunteer service and 
was mustered out April 28, 1899. I refer you to the final 
reports of the commanding officers of the above regiments. 

To the credit of the militia, all returning organizations 
promptly resumed their places in the militia, and by their 
earnest and loyal work were generally in good condition to 
perform their camp duty and annual drill, showing a good 
attendance and a willingness to improve. The camps were 
instructive, the troops of the Commonwealth are well in 
hand, and will soon regain the standard which obtained 
previous to the war. Too much credit cannot be accorded 
the officers and men of the militia for that which they have 
accomplished in reorganization and the successful re-establish- 
ing of the State force after the war. All the credit which is 
cheerfully accorded them belongs to them. Their experience 
in the field will another year place them at a higher standard 
than ever, for from experience comes knowledge. 



4 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Company M, Naval Brigade, located at Gloucester, was 
found to be below the proper standard, and, on reports 
received, the company was disbanded August 19. 

Company B, Eighth Regiment, M. V. M., did not report 
for duty during the year after its return from United States 
service. Ample time was given this company to re-establish 
itself in the militia, and, nothing having been done by them 
to this end, the company w T as disbanded September 29. 

The number of militia allowed by law is 476 officers and 
6,116 enlisted men. 

Tours of Duty. 

The militia performed its "camp duty and annual drill 
under orders of Your Excellency, and generally in good 
numbers. For details of the duty performed I refer you to 
the report of the Inspector General. 

February 16 the First Battalion Cavalry, Maj. Win. A. 
Perrins commanding, performed escort duty to the President 
of the United States, on the occasion of his visit to Boston, 
February 15, 16 and 17. Battery A was detailed for salute 
duty. A detail from the First Corps of Cadets acted as 
guard of honor at the President's hotel during his stay. 

June 25, Troop A, First Battalion Cavalry, performed 
escort duty to Your Excellency on the annual visit to Har- 
vard College. 

The First Brigade performed its camp duty at South 
Framingham, August 19 to 26 inclusive, excepting the First 
Regiment of Heavy Artillery, they performing their camp 
duty at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, August 12 to 18 in- 
clusive. 

The Second Brigade performed its camp duty at South 
Framingham, on August 3 to 9 inclusive. 

The First Corps of Cadets performed its camp duty and 
annual drill at Hingham, July 8 to 15 inclusive. 

The Second Corps of Cadets performed its camp duty at 
Boxford, August 12 to 18 inclusive. 

The Naval Brigade performed its camp duty afloat on 
board the U. S. S. " Prairie," the command being made into 
two details, each cruising for seven days. 

Details were made for funeral escorts to deceased soldiers. 

The annual drill required by law was originally ordered 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 5 

in Boston for October 9, but was changed to October 14, on 
account of the visit of Admiral George Dewey. The troops 
assembled promptly, fully equipped, and, under command 
of Your Excellency, performed escort duty to the Admiral. 
After the parade the entire militia were massed on Boston 
Common, and the flags of the Massachusetts Regiments in 
the Spanish war were turned over to the Commonwealth and 
escorted to the State House, where they were deposited in 
this department temporarily, and a few days later were turned 
over to the custody of the Sergeant-at- Arms, to be placed in 
Memorial Hall (when same is finished), in accordance with 
a resolve of the Legislature. The following colors taken 
from the State were turned over by the troops on their re- 
turn from United States service : — 

First, Second, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Ninth Regiments, 
one national and one State color each. The Eighth Regi- 
ment returned four additional colors, one national and one 
State, drawn from the Quartermaster General's department 
of the State after its entry into service, and one national and 
one regimental color issued to the regiment by the United 
States government and sent to this department by the War 
Department. 

The Naval Brigade turned over the colors of the ships on 
which they served. In nearly every instance the brigade 
furnished both commanding officers and men for the ships 
U. S. S. " Prairie," "Lehigh," " Catskill," "Inca" and 
" Governor Russell." 

The action of Your Excellency in requesting of the gen- 
eral government that all of the above colors be turned over 
to the State, secured the colors for deposit in the State 
House, as was done with the colors borne by Massachusetts 
regiments in the civil war. 

Company K, Ninth Regiment Infantry, located at Clinton, 
was called out to perform guard duty at a fire in that town 
on December 4. The company reported promptly in full 
numbers, and performed good service. 

Heavy Artillery. 
Progress in this work has been delayed during the year, 
the details of getting regiments into shape requiring all the 
time possible. The First Regiment Heavy Artillery have, 



6 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

under the circumstances, done all they could do in connec- 
tion with other work. The appropriation for providing 
equipment for this drill was $3,500, of which $47.50 has 
been expended. Contracts are being prepared for this work, 
and it will be completed. 

Acts of the Legislature. 

Chapter 359, Acts of 1899, limited the number of Gov- 
ernor's staff to be appointed, and fixed the rank of such 
appointments. The act provided that it should in no way 
affect the present staff of the present Commander-in-Chief. 

Chapter 302, Acts of 1899, gave authority to place officers 
on the retired list who served in the war of the rebellion and 
were honorably discharged ; also that any officers who had 
been retired shall receive the rank which they would have 
had if retired after the passage of chapter 84, Acts of 1898. 

Chapter 381 , Acts of 1899, changed the board of examiners 
to seven members, and required written examinations, also 
giving the right to appeal to any officers appearing before 
said board. 

Chapter 22, Resolves of 1899, authorized the Governor to 
cause the battle flasjs of Massachusetts organizations which 
served in the war with Spain, to be deposited in the State 
House, not to be removed without the permission of the 
General Court. The flags were turned over to this depart- 
ment by the various organizations on their return from 
United States service by permission granted by the War 
Department. 

Enrolled Militia. 

Returns from cities and towns show the number enrolled, 
as per table attached, to be 453,537, showing an increase of 
4,618. 

Rifle Practice. 

This branch of the service could not be prosecuted with 
the earnestness of other years, as returning troops from war 
service were not able to comply with all conditions. Under 
efficient management the work was per formed as far as 
possible. Col. Richard D. Sears, As>istant Adjutant General, 
was Acting Inspector General of Rifle Practice until retired 
from that duty by the appointment of Col. James A. Frye 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 7 

as head of the department, July 1, 1899, and I refer you to 
that efficient officer's report for the details of his department. 
The appropriation for this work was $15,000, of which 
,556.33 has been expended. 



Armories. 

The armories of the militia were reoccupied by returning 
troops, and remain substantially as before the war with 
Spain. Returns from cities and towns were received and 
allowances were made, approved by Your Excellency after 
full inquiries as to the fitness of the armories furnished. 

The total amount of the appropriation for armory rents 
was $37,000. There has been paid to cities and towns the 
amount of $36,958.34. 

The two armories at Boston and one each at Springfield, 
Worcester, Lynn, Fitchburg, Fall River, Lowell and Law- 
rence are under absolute control of this department, and all 
bills of heating, lighting, furnishings and repairs are paid 
from appropriation for that purpose. The amount appro- 
priated was $22,000. Of this amount, the sum of $21,181.07 
has been expended. 

The armory at Northampton was reported, after a thorough 
inspection, as being unsafe, and was condemned, and the 
company ordered not to use drill hall, as it was deemed 
unsafe. 

The matter of State control of armories and rifle ranges, 
reported by a board of officers in 1898 and referred to the 
Legislature, should receive consideration this year, as well 
as the providing of riding schools for officers and mounted 
men. 

The appropriation for maintaining the U. S. S. "Min- 
nesota" as an armory for the Naval Brigade was $4,000. 
Of this amount, there has been expended $3,464.70. 

Provisional Militia. 

The provisional militia companies, organized in place of 
the Fifth and Eighth Regiments, who entered the United 
States Service, were all disbanded early during the year, in 
accordance with law, on return of the above regiments to 
the State service. 



8 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Adjutant General's Office. 

All money accounts received, excepting those due Jan. 1, 
1900, have been certified to the Auditor for payment. 

There has been expended for pay and transportation of 
troops, Adjutant General's and clerks' salaries, and direct 
expenses of the militia, $168,267.49. 

The appropriation for allowance to janitors and armorers 
was $7,000. Of this amount, $5,954.60 has been expended. 

The appropriation for allowance for repairs to companies, 
paid on the average attendance at all tours of duty, was 
$9,000. Of this amount, $8,307.85 has been expended. 

The amount expended by the regular war record depart- 
ment for salaries of clerks, printing and postage is $6,200. 

On Jan. 1, 1899, there was standing to the credit of the 
Commonwealth at Washington, of the appropriation allotted 
to States for equipping the militia, $15,148.66. The allot- 
ment of July 1, 1899, was $12,939.18, which increased the 
amount available to $28,087.84. From this amount sup- 
plies have been drawn, leaving a balance in favor of the 
Commonwealth of $16,053.66. 

The amount available at the navy department Jan. 1, 1899, 
for equipping the Naval Brigade, was $6,006.14. The allot- 
ment in 1899 was $5,456.04, increasing available allowance 
to $11,462.18. Supplies have been drawn during the year, 
but I am unable to give the amount, as returns have not 
been received from the Navy Department, but a substantial 
balance is on hand. 

I desire to call your attention to the proper arming of the 
militia with modern small arms. This same condition has 
existed for a long time, and has been reported upon by me 
for years. While I do not advocate the purchase of these 
arms, as the general government should furnish them, and 
cannot sell them by law, I believe a most earnest effort 
should be made by our delegates in Congress to increase the 
allotment to States, and allow the exchange of obsolete arms 
issued by them for modern arms. 

Strenuous efforts have been made by Your Excellency to 
procure from the government new and modern light artillery. 
In 1898 an appropriation was made by the Legislature of 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 9 

$51,000 for purchase from the government of three batteries. 
Promises were made to the military committee and your- 
self, and to me, that they could be made and supplied in 
three months from May 31, 1898. Notwithstanding your 
earnest efforts to procure these guns, and many applications 
made by me under your direction for information in regard 
to this artillery, the last information given at the ordnance 
office is that the new guns are still in the experimental stage, 
and that it will be one year before States can be considered. 

In December, the Adjutant General, with Maj. L. N. 
Duchesny and Capt. S. D. Parker, representing the artillery 
service, visited Washington by Your Excellency's direction, 
and it is possible that three batteries of three two-tenths 
guns may be supplied until such time as the more modern 
guns are ready for issue. 

The work of this department the past year has been more 
than during the war with Spain. Reorganizing and equip- 
ping the militia on its return from service, the completing of 
the records of the war, and many matters entailed by the 
war, have required the constant application of the clerks, 
who have carried on the work so well that the records are in 
good condition, for which they are entitled to commendation. 

The work for the preservation of the records of the war 
of the rebellion has been carried on as far as time and 
appropriation have permitted. A further appropriation will 
be required. The amount appropriated for this work was 
$1,500. Of this amount, $717.75 has been expended. 

From the appropriations by the Legislature to date for 
the preservation of the worn and tattered muster rolls of 
soldiers from Massachusetts in the civil war, the following- 
mentioned muster-out rolls have been completed, under the 
Emery process : — 

Nine months, M. V. M. : The Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, Forty- 
second, Forty-third, Forty-fourth, Forty-fifth, Forty-sixth, 
Forty-seventh, Forty-eighth, Forty-ninth, Fiftieth, Fifty- 
first, Fifty-second and Fifty-third Regiments Infantry. 

Massachusetts Volunteers (three years) : First, Second, 
Seventh, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth, 
Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, 
Twentieth, Twenty-first, Twenty-second, Twenty-third, 



10 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Twenty-fourth, Twenty-fifth, Twenty-sixth, Twenty-seventh, 
Twenty-eighth, Twenty-ninth, Thirtieth, Thirty-first, Thirty- 
second, Thirty-third, Thirty-fourth, Thirty-fifth, Thirty-sixth, 
Thirty-seventh, Thirty-eighth, Thirty-ninth, Fortieth, Fifty- 
fourth, Fifty-fifth, Fifty-sixth, Fifty-seventh, Fifty-eighth 
and Fifty-ninth Regiments Infantry ; First, Second, Third, 
Fourth and Fifth Regiments Cavalry ; First, Second and 
Third Regiments and First Battalion Heavy Artillery; 
eighteen batteries of Light Artillery. 

Massachusetts Volunteers (one year) : First battalion 
Frontier Cavalry, Fourth Heavy Artillery, Twenty-ninth and 
Thirtieth Unattached Companies Heavy Artillery ; Sixty- 
first and Sixty-second Infantry. 

Massachusetts Militia (ninety and one hundred days) : 
Thirty-three unattached companies, M. V. M. 

Massachusetts Volunteer Militia (one year) : Fifth, Sixth, 
Eighth, Forty-second and Sixtieth Regiments. 

In addition, the individual rolls of the bands and veteran 
reserve corps have been completed. 

The Emery process, under which these rolls have been 
treated for preservation, consists of mounting the roll on 
strong tissue silk, and covering the face with transparent 
paper psirafined to exclude the air, and binding in a substan- 
tial manner. 

Thus far attention has been given to the muster-out rolls, 
for the reason that they have been referred to and handled 
so much during the time which has elapsed since the close 
of the war, and the paper on which they were written is so 
poor, it became a necessity to put them in condition before 
they had gone beyond recovery. The work has been per- 
formed in a satisfactory manner. 

There still remains the muster-in rolls, monthly reports 
and 'other papers which require attention, and which are as 
essential, and should be cared for in the same manner, for 
the best interests of the soldier that rendered service, and 
of the Commonwealth, the custodian of the records. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 11 

Rewriting of War Records. 

Six regiments, one battery and thirty-three companies 
unattached have been rewritten and bound in book form, 
containing 9, 155 names. Of these, 2,297 have been con- 
nected with other services, and 944 records corrected. 

The work of revising and indexing the war records has 
been continued. The amount appropriated was $2,500. Of 
this amount, there has been expended the sum of $2,400. 

There have been issued on account of the civil war 3,450 
certificates of service, 132 letters from the department at 
Washington, D. C, correcting the records. Cards have 
been completed of about 250 men and their record closed as 
complete. On account of Spanish war, 1,031 service certifi- 
cates have been issued, including 50 of the naval service ; 96 
letters sent to the department at Washington, and answers 
recorded and filed. 

Additions have been made to the Spanish war record 
index, and the records further completed. 

Naval Records. 

The work on the records of Massachusetts sailors and 
marines of the civil war has been continued. Amount appro- 
priated for this work was $2,000. Of this amouut, there has 
been expended $1,975.85. 

The records of officers, sailors and marines have progressed 
favorably. ^ Two officers and 47 enlisted men were added to 
the lists, residents of Massachusetts enlisting on other 
stations. The demands on the office during the war with 
the Kingdom of Spain increased the duties of recording two- 
fold ; 1,200 men have been indexed with a complete record. 

Recommendations . 

I had hoped that during the past year the matter of a 
national militia would be considered by Congress, and a law 
passed making such a force in each State uniform in its 
organization and equipment, and under the direct control of 
the War Department, with such supervision by States as was 
deemed advisable. This matter was not considered. The 
present Congress has a bill before it, which provides for a 



12 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

national guard law, and such provisions as will place the 
militia in organization and equipment exactly like the regular 
army. When the bill becomes a law, I recommend the 
militia conform to it. 

The militia is now without a full-dress uniform, which 
should receive consideration. The introduction of a summer 
or khaki uniform, including the helmet, should receive con- 
sideration. It is more economical, and better suited for 
camp work. The present fatigue uniform could be worn 
when the weather required it, and dress uniforms for cere- 
monies. 

Advance copies of the regulations have been printed and 
6ent out by the board of officers for correction and additions. 
The books will soon be ready to print regularly, and be 
issued to troops. An appropriation may be required for 
this. I would earnestly recommend that some provision be 
made to advance to paymasters who are under bonds seventy- 
five per cent, of the pay of troops for camp duty. The pay 
rolls are not always correct, and the money in proportion 
could be advanced to companies in camp and the balance 
paid when pay rolls are completed. This would be a great 
benefit to companies, all of whom have camp bills to pay. 

In closing this report, I desire to thank Your Excellency 
for your kind consideration and many courtesies extended to 
me during the last three years of your service as Governor. 
We are about to separate officially; I hope not personally. 

To the members of your staff I desire to express my full 
appreciation of their attention to duty during the three years, 
and especially during the war with Spain. 

To my assistant, Col. W. C. Capelle, I am grateful for 
his earnest attention to the duties of the office. 

I desire also to express to the clerks my appreciation for 
their loyal work. 

SAMUEL DALTON, 

Adjutant General. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 13 



REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Inspector General's Department, Boston, Nov. 20, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir: — I have the honor to submit the annual report of the 
Inspector General's department for the current year. 

In compliance with General Orders No. 2, series of 1899, inspec- 
tions of companies in their armories were held in the following 
organizations between February 15 and June 1, viz. : First Regi- 
ment Heavy Artillery, Second Regiment Infantry, Sixth Regiment 
Infantry, Ninth Regiment Infantry, Naval Brigade. 

Special orders directed Maj. W. H. Goff, A. I. G. staff Second 
Brigade, and Maj. F. S. Richardson, A. I. G. staff First Brigade, 
to report to the Inspector General for assignment to duty in con- 
nection with the above-mentioned inspections. 

The following assignments for inspections were made : — 

The Inspector General : Batteries A and C, First Heavy Artil- 
lery ; companies C, E and L, Sixth Infantry ; Company I, Naval 
Brigade. 

Col. F. W. Wellington : companies A, C, E, F, G and H, Sec- 
ond Infantry ; Company K, Sixth Infantry ; companies G and K, 
Ninth Infantry. 

Col. Gordon Dexter : batteries B and K, First Heavy Artillery ; 
Company I, Sixth Infantry ; companies F and L, Naval Brigade. 

Col. F. L. Locke : batteries G, I and L, First Heavy Artillery ; 
companies A, B and H, Sixth Infantry ; Company F, Ninth In- 
fantry ; Company K, Naval Brigade. 

Col. J. T. Soutter : companies D, F and G, Sixth Infantry ; 
companies C and H, Ninth Infantry ; companies G, H aud M, 
Naval Brigade. 

Col. J. A. Frye: companies A, D, I and M, Ninth Infantry; 
companies A, B, C, D and E, Naval Brigade. 

Maj. W. H. Goff: batteries D, E, F,-H and M, First Heavy 
Artillery ; Company M, Sixth Infantry. 



14 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Maj. F. S. Richardson: companies B, D, I, K, L and M, Sec- 
ond Infantry. 

Col. R. H. Morgan, having been granted leave of absence, was 
not assigned. 

The assignments were made territorially, as far as practicable, 
disregarding regimental formations, for the double purpose of 
saving the inspectors expense and fatigue of travel, and in the 
hope of more equitable comparative rating of the companies than 
was likely to be had by confining each of the inspectors to com- 
panies of a single regiment. 

It was not deemed wise to conduct the inspections with much 
rigor ; and it would have been unjust to do so, in view of the 
recent return of the troops from active service, with many of the 
men in impaired health and with the necessity of entire re-equip- 
ment, together with the fact that a considerable number of vacan- 
cies in commissioned and non-commissioned officers necessarily 
existed. 

The inspectors were instructed to report the numbers present 
and absent, character of personnel, police of armories, general 
condition of administration and prospect of maintenance at the 
proper standard in the future ; the object being to inform His 
Excellency of the condition of the personnel of those organiza- 
tions which had reported for duty after volunteer service, and to 
assist brigade and regimental commanders as much as possible in 
reassembling their commands. 

Reports of these inspections have been duly rendered. The 
fact was plainly revealed by them that the late war service had 
not in the least dampened the fine spirit of our militia; on the 
contrary, despite the unfavorable circumstances under which the 
troops were obliged to parade, they were found in a surprisingly 
strong condition. Some weak companies were found, but they 
were ones which were known to be weak before the war. 

It is matter of just pride that the militia of this Commonwealth, 
after its splendid record in furnishing, with wonderful celerity, 
six fully equipped regiments to the United States Volunteers and 
over four hundred officers and men to the United States Navy 
from the Naval Brigade, was found so well restored in such a 
short time after their return. 

The regular tours of camp duty and annual drill and the cruises 
of the naval brigade were attended by officers of this department, 
and have been reported upon. 

The Inspector General has performed the duty required of him 
by section 87, chapter 367, Acts of 1893, in the inspection and 
condemnation of military property which had become unfit for use; 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 15 

he has also specially inspected Company M, Naval Brigade, under 
instructions from the Adjutant General. 

As prescribed by paragraph 1738 of the Regulations, the fol- 
lowing suggestions for the improvement of the militia are re- 
spectfully submitted : — 

I. Companies located in the smaller towns, where the number 
of men available for military service is not large enough to easily 
keep the ranks full of good material, or where general interest in 
the militia is lacking, are not only of little value to the service, 
but are often actually burdensome. It is recommended that during 
the coming year a thorough scrutiny be had of the degree of public 
interest there taken in the militia, with a view to the relocation of 
such companies as prove weak or unpromising. 

II. A growing tendency to a lax observance of the regulations 
regarding uniforms is noted, and should be checked. The uniform 
is prescribed to the smallest detail by regulations and orders ; non- 
conformity is a breach of military discipline, an outward and vis- 
ible sign of disobedience of orders, which commanding officers 
should not tolerate. Officers who in their own dress disregard the 
regulations set a bad example to the enlisted men. Greater atten- 
tion should be paid to the fit and neatness of the clothing. The 
campaign hats, while perhaps the most comfortable and in some 
situations the most picturesque head coverings, are an abomination 
on the heads of militia soldiers, especially when transformed by 
the individual caprice of each wearer into an infinite variety of 
uncouth shapes. The ugly caps which the United States regula- 
tions have inflicted upon us are bad enough, but they are at least 
uniform in shape. 

III. The sword manual for officers seems to be much neglected. 
At the annual drill the salutes by fully two-thirds of the officers 
while passing in review were ungraceful and awkward. 

IV. The Naval Militia, with its exceptionally able and efficient 
officers and active enlisted men, has done everything which its line 
of duty has called for exceedingly well ; but there is need, in the 
opinion of this department, of more definite official relations 
between it and the United States Navy, lest the good results of 
the arduous work so freely given be lost. The Navy Department 
and the naval officers have been extremely generous in giving it 
assistance in all possible ways, and the Naval Brigade has shown 
its readiness to do its share by great zeal and energy. It is 
believed, however, that, notwithstanding the ability and zeal of 
the Naval Militia on the one hand and the interest of the Navy 
Department on the other, neither the State nor the United States 
obtains as good results as would be derived if the Naval Militia 



16 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

were given a definite and recognized place as a national naval 
reserve. 

V. An absolute adherence to the rule of strict physical exami- 
nation of recruits should be insisted upon. It is recommended 
that all mustering officers be prohibited from mustering in a 
recruit until he shows a certificate from a medical officer that he 
has been accepted. Recent inquiries by this department show 
that iu the past year not over one-half of the recruits have been 
properly examined. 

VI. Greater attention should be paid to the discipline, drill 
and uniform of bandsmen. The band, being one of the most 
conspicuous components of an organization on all occasions of 
ceremony, can do much to mar the general effect if badly drilled 
and shabbily or unharmoniously uniformed. 

VII. Regimental guard posts should be- supplied with guard 
report books. These may be obtained from the Adjutant General 
upon requisition by regimental commanders. 

VIII. As suggested last year, company commanders in the two 
Cadet Corps should be required to do all of the duty required of 
such officers in all other organizations. 

IX. The rank of regimental adjutants and quartermasters 
should be increased to captain, to correspond with the United 
States Army. 

X. A riding school for the cavalry and light artillery is much 
needed. At least, an allowance of money should be made for 
instruction and practice in horsemanship, just as an allowance is 
made for instruction and practice in marksmanship. 

To my fellow officers in this department all praise is due for 
thorough, self-sacrificing and soldierly devotion to duty. If our 
work has brought any good to the service, the credit is theirs. 

I take the liberty of expressing, through you, to His Excellency 
the Governor my deep-felt gratitude for the many confidences 
which he has been pleased to repose in me and in the officers of 
this department, and to assure His Excellency that we shall feel 
richly rewarded if our performance of duty has received a measure 
of his kind approval. 

Thanking you, sir, for numerous acts of kindness and good-will' 
which have lightened our work, 

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

J. L. CARTER, 

Inspector General. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 17 



EEPORT OF THE SURGEON GENERAL. 



Commonwealth op Massachusetts, 
Surgeon General's Office, Boston, Dec. 30, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Massachusetts. 

Dear Sir : — I have the honor to forward to you my report to 
His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief for the year 1899. 

Respectfully yours, 

ROBERT A. BLOOD, 

Brigadier General and Surgeon General, Massachusetts. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Surgeon General's Office, Boston, Dec. 30, 1899. 

His Excellency Roger Wolcott, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Sir: — I herewith respectfully tender my report for the year 
1899. The six regiments which served in the Spanish war of 1898 
took a complete medical outfit into the volunteer service. Upon 
leaving the service, all of the medicines and medical supplies then 
in their hands were turned over to the government. This ne- 
cessitated a refitting of those six regiments with medicines and 
medical supplies, such as tents, chests, both field and reserved, 
operating instruments, orderly pouches, etc. In fact, everything 
that is supplied to our regiments was purchased. The chests, 
tents, instruments and pouches were made to order. The tents, 
eight in number, each had a complete outfit, — four beds, four 
mattresses, blankets, sheets, etc. This required much time. Fol- 
lowing will be found a list of the instruments, etc., purchased. 

These duties, with the examination for military aid of soldiers 
who where in the old war, and those who served in the Spanish- 
American war, details and the like, were the duties which were 
performed up to the inspection of camps in the summer. 



18 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S RKPORT. [Jan. 

In April all the surgeons of the various commands who were 
not in the Spanish war were requested to forward their medical 
chests to this office, where they were overhauled, refitted and then 
returned, the same as last year. All the supplies which we carry 
in this oflice were put in working shape. The number of examina- 
tions for military aid during the year was 246. 

A more or less careful inspection of the camps held during the 
summer was made ; that is, the First and Second Brigades, First and 
Second Corps of Cadets and the First Regiment Heavy Artillery. 

The Second Brigade camp was held August 3 to 9, and inspected 
August 5. The sanitary condition of this camp as a whole was 
found to be good ; with the exception of the sinks, excellent. The 
sinks were not kept in as good condition as I could wish. This 
was in part due to the use of the camp by nearly 10,000 troops in 
1898. The regimental hospitals were models in every way ; I 
never have seen better. 

The First Brigade, whose camp was held later, August 19 to 25, 
was inspected August 21. As in the Second Brigade, the principal 
thing to be criticized was the condition in which I found the sinks ; 
they were in bad shape. With plenty of lime, copperas and earth, 
it was barely possible to keep them from being a nuisance ; but 
they required a good deal of looking after. 

I would say here that in both the First and Second Brigade 
camps an improvement could be made in the cleanliness of the cook 
houses and in the personal cleanliness of some of the cooks. 

In the inspection of the First Corps of Cadets I have but little 
criticism to make. The sanitary condition of their camp as a whole 
was first class. The only thing I should mention would possibly 
be their sinks, which might, I think, be improved. The condi- 
tion of this camp was a credit to the corps. 

The sanitary condition of the camp of the Second Corps of 
Cadets was found to be good. The water supply was apparently 
pure. The water comes from springs on the shore of the lake 
near the camp. 

The inspection of the First Regiment of Heavy Artillery was 
made August 17. This is a splendid regiment. The hospital tent 
and tent equipage were found in good condition. The medical 
officers were doing their work in a most thorough manner, although 
the surgeon, Major Dearing, was suffering from rheumatism. 
There was but little sickness. This was a good camp. 

Very little sickness was found in any of the camps. This I con- 
sider due to the excellent quality of the men composing our various 
commands, and to the intelligent care and forethought of the com- 
manding officers and surgeons. 



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The details of the work done by tbe medical department on the 
mobilization of the Massachusetts militia October 14, when we 
had the honor of escorting Admiral Dewey, was left entirely in the 
hands of the medical directors, Colonels Marion and Devine. The 
work was thoroughly performed. A hospital, complete in every 
way, was established on the Common, where any one who needed 
surgical or medical assistance could be attended to at once. Two 
ambulance wagons were hired, one wagon following the First and 
one wagon the Second Brigade on their march. This was a good 
day for the medical department of the Massachusetts militia. 

Blanks for the medical examination of recruits have been fur- 
nished to surgeons of the various commands in sufficient amount, 
the number being more than 15,000. Examinations of all recruits 
in the various commands have been going on during the year, and 
returns made to this office. This much-needed examination, when 
fully organized, will be a complete success. 

The pay of the surgeons and assistant surgeons for this duty 
should be ample. It requires the surgeons at times to travel long 
distances, and be away from their homes and business for a day 
or more. I believe this service should receive suitable compensa- 
tion, and, in my opinion, special duty pay is not a suitable com- 
pensation. 

Board of Medical Officers. 

The Board of Medical Officers at present consists of Lieutenant 
Colonel Marion, president ; Lieutenant Colonel Devine and Maj. 
Chas. C. Foster, recorder. The duties of this Board during the 
past year have been arduous, as all officers of the militia have had 
to undergo a careful physical examination. Number of meetings 
held, 28; number of officers examined, medical, 13; militia, 155. 
I believe this Board should receive at least per diem pay according 
to rank. 

Very cordial relations exist between our department and the 
Regular Army and Navy. Colonel Alden, deputy surgeon gen- 
eral, U. S. A., and president of the Society of Military Surgeons, 
has always been very kind in assisting me in many ways with 
advice, etc. 

Ambulance Corps. 

The Ambulance Corps had a detail of men at each brigade 
camp, and the whole corps turned out on the fall field day with 
full ranks. Their duties were performed in their usual excellent 
manner. The corps have continued the past year to do the work 
for which they were organized in a way which reflects honor upon 
the Massachusetts militia. As I stated in my report last year, I 



20 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

believe this command is unsurpassed by any similar organization, 
either in the Regular Army or in the militia of any State in the 
Tnion. It is an organization of which every member of the 
militia of the Commonwealth should be proud. 

Our veterinary officers are doing, as in the past, splendid work. 
Their work is fully appreciated by this department. I feel very 
strongly that the two veterinary officers, Lieutenant Osgood and 
Lieutenant Peters, should be promoted to captains ; and I am sure 
that every one who saw the veterinary hospitals at the First and 
Second Brigade camps (which is only a sample of the good work 
done by these officers) would agree with me. If there is anything 
better in the way of a field hospital for animals to be found, I am 
not aware of it. I certainly have never seen anything that sur- 
passed it. 

A school for medical officers of the Second Brigade was held 
in my office in November. Colonel Devine was authorized, at his 
own request, to hold this school. He took charge of this meet- 
ing, and gave out the subjects for papers. I think that all but 
two of the medical officers of the Second Brigade were present 
and read papers, and those who were unable to attend sent their 
papers to be read by the secretary. This was a very enjoyable 
and instructive meeting to me, and I think to all present. The 
papers were well received, and a good many of them showed care 
and thought in their preparation. I propose in the future to 
authorize more meetings of the same character. 

Drainage and Water Supply at Camp Framingham. 

There has been much discussion among the surgeons in regard 
to the water supply at the camp at Framingham. That this supply 
is not quite up to the standard is evident. In 1897 I forwarded 
to the State Board of Health a sample of the water used at the 
camp, which was analyzed and the report was sent to this office. 
In 1899 I received another sample of the water from the lake 
that supplies the camp, which was sent to the Board of Health, 
analysis made and report forwarded as before. These reports, 
which will be found appended, with one of the Boston water, were 
satisfactory. The water as reported was judged to be good. 



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22 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

After the troops of the First and Second Brigades had had their 
annual encampment, Colonel Marion, medical director of the 
First Brigade, requested an analysis of the water from the Board 
of Health, sending a sample to them. This report was nearly 
identical with the previous reports made in 1896 and 1897. I 
refer to Colonel Marion's and Colonel Devine's reports in regard 
to the water supply. 

1 myself believe, and should so recommend, that the pond from 
which the Bopply is now drawn should be protected from all pollu- 
tion, or that the supply of water used at the camp, if fouud good, 
should come from the same source from which the town of Fram- 
ingham receives its water. I believe this to be a matter of great 
importance, and as soon as practicable it should be attended to, — 
certainly before the next brigade camp 

Something should be done about the drainage from the cook 
houses ; just what, I am not prepared to say, but a change should 
be made which will do away with all cause for complaint. 

The facilities at Camp Framingham for bathing are inadequate. 
There should be at least twice the accommodations for bathing for 
each regiment. I believe this improvement to be essential for the 
best health of the men. 

That the sinks at brigade camps should be repaired or made 
over goes without saying. Just what improvements are neces- 
sary, is not fully decided, but that this matter should be attended 
to earl} r in the spring I believe to be absolutely necessary. 

A word about food. I think perhaps the method of feeding our 
troops by company, each company having one cook or more, is the 
most practicable way of giving our soldiers, while in camps at 
home, suitable food. If the bill of fare is carefully looked after, 
and proper care used in selecting cooks (who I think should be a 
member of the company, and perhaps a non-commissioned officer), 
I am of opinion this will be the best method. More thought and 
more careful supervision by the commanding officers of this depart- 
ment and by the inspecting officers are necessary, if we are to have 
our soldiers while in camp receive the best possible supply of well- 
cooked food. Troops, to be efficient, should be well fed, and to 
be well fed is to have good arrangements for cooking, and good 
cooks, the cooks to be a part of the company. There is no reason 
why the Massachusetts militia shouldn't have the very best and 
most improved methods. There is more than enough money spent 
on our food supply to secure this. All it wants is a little more 
care and attention in the preparation. I shall hope to see in our 
next camps more cleanly cook houses and more trim and tidily 
dressed cooks, and perhaps a school for cooking and preparing 
food held in each company, where the art of cooking all kinds of 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 23 

rations supplied to our men may be taught. I am in favor of 
furnishing army rations, keeping a supply on hand as far as 
possible, and having each company make requisitions as required. 

Discipline in the Medical Corps. 

Every officer in the corps should feel it his duty to be neatly 
dressed, according to regulations, to carry himself with dignity, be 
prompt and faithful in his duty, and to deport himself in such a 
manner as to do honor to the State and to the corps to which he 
belongs. He should learn his duties thoroughly, carrying out 
every order to the minutest detail. Discipline in the medical corps 
I believe to be as essential to success as in any other department 
of our military body. 

Medical officers should be very careful to handle property en- 
trusted to their care with the strictest accountability. I am sorry 
to say that this has not always been the case. I hope in the future 
all officers connected with the medical department will feel it 
incumbent upon them to take every possible care for the protec- 
tion of the property entrusted to their keeping, as they will be held 
strictly accountable for all such property. 

The medical corps of the Massachusetts militia was never com- 
posed of men better equipped or of more experience or better 
qualified in every way to do the work, than at the present time. I 
am pleased to say that, although we have lost many of our surgeons 
of much experience by retirement and resignation and by several 
having entered into the volunteer service of the country, the corps 
is still remarkably efficient. 

Lieut. Col. Wm. L. Richardson, after serving as surgeon of the 
First Corps of Cadets for more than twenty-three years, has felt it 
his duty to retire. Colonel Richardson's retirement is a great loss 
to the service. Any man holding the position of Surgeon General 
of the Commonwealth must feel the loss of such a high-toned 
officer and gentleman. To me the loss is a personal one, as I fully 
appreciated the worth of this officer's services, and I am very sorry 
that he felt it his duty to resign. We can ill afford to lose the ser- 
vices of such men. 

Major Cogswell, surgeon of the Eight Regiment Massachusetts 
militia, entered the volunteer service and has gone to Manila. 
Major Cogswell made an enviable reputation during the Spanish 
war, at Chickamauga, Tenn., and Lexington, Ky. He was without 
solicitation offered the position of surgeon in the Forty-sixth 
Regiment of Volunteers by Surgeon General Sternberg, which I 
consider to be a great compliment. 

I regret the retirement of H. Lincoln Chase, assistant surgeon 
of the Fifth Massachusetts. That Maj. J. E. Simpson, Second 



24 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Corps of Cadets, should feel it his duty to resign, I regret very 
much. I regret very much also the resignations of Francis 
Magurn, Ninth Regiment, Frederic A. Washburn, Sixth Regiment, 
and Cornelius J. McGillicuddy, Ninth Regiment, Infantry. They 
were all excellent officers. Francis Magurn, Frederic A. Wash- 
burn and Cornelius J. McGillicuddy did good service during 
the Spanish war, in Cuba and Porto Rico. Frederic A. Washburn 
received flattering commendation from the corps surgeon while on 
duty in Porto Rico. This officer has gone to Manila as captain 
and assistant surgeon in the Twenty-sixlh Regiment United States 
Volunteers. 

Your Excellency, in closing this my fourth and last report which 
I shall have the honor to make to you, I desire again to thank you 
for your universal kindness to me. In the almost four years of 
service on your staff I have never received anything but the most 
kind and considerate treatment from you, and this when there 
must many times have been reason for dissatisfaction on your part 
at my poor showing ; and I want to say to you that in all my 
intercourse with men I have never had to do with a gentleman who 
had so fully my profound respect. That I have had the honor to 
serve you and to be in any way connected with your administra- 
tion has been, and always will be, to me a great satisfaction. I 
consider it the greatest honor of my life. 

To General Dalton I desire again to express my appreciation of 
his kindness in many ways to me. I have said many times, and I 
still say, that I trust this State will long have the advantage of his 
services and of his splendid knowledge of the duties of Adjutant 
General. 

I again most cordially thank Colonel Capelle for the many kind 
words and assistance rendered me during the past year. 

Recommendations. 

I would recommend that every regiment of infantry have a 
surgeon and two assistant surgeons, and the artillery and cavalry 
battalion to have the same proportion of medical officers, the sur- 
geon to rank as major and the assistant surgeons to rank as first 
lieutenants, and after five years of continuous service, the lieuten- 
ants to rank as captains. 

I would also recommend that two additional veterinary surgeons 
be appointed, with the rank of first lieutenant. 

I would also recommend that every company of infantry in the 
Massachusetts militia be impowered to enlist a good soldier as 
cook, and give him the rank of corporal. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 25 



Personnel. 
Promoted as surgeon : — 

Charles M. Green, First Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 

Geo. F. Dow, Sixth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

J. William Voss, Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 

Thomas L. Jenkins, Eighth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 
Commissioned as surgeon : — 

Ernest A. Gates, Second Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

John P. Lombard, Ninth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 
Commissioned as assistant surgeon : — 

Augustus S. Knight, First Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 

Geo. C. Littlefield, Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 

Abram C. Williams, Second Regiment Infantry, M. V M. 

James E. McGourty, Ninth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

William S. Ifryant, Battery A, Light Artillery. 

Walter K. Jewett, Sixth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

Henry D. Chadwick, Fifth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

Frank P. T. Logan, Eighth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

Frederic A. Washburn, Sixth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 
Retired : — 

William L. Richardson, as Lieutenant Colonel. 

H. Lincoln Chase, as First Lieutenant. 
Resigned : — 

James E. Simpson, Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 

Francis Magurn, Ninth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

William Cogswell, Eighth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

Frederic A. Washburn, Sixth Kegiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

Cornelius J. McGillicuddy, Ninth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

Number examined for State aid during the year 1899, . . .241 

Board of Medical Examiners : — 

Lieut. Col. Otis H. Marion, president. 
Lieut. Col. William H. Devine. 
Maj. Chas. C. Foster, recorder. 

Number of meetings during the year 1899, 28 

Number of examinations, medical officers, 13 

Number of examinations of officers, 155 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

ROBERT A. BLOOD, 

Brigadier General and Surgeon General. 



26 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF MEDICAL OFFICERS. 



Boston, Sept. 28, 1899. 
To Brig. Gen. R. A. Blood, Stirgcon General, M. V. M. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit my report on the tour of 
duty of the First Brigade, M. V. M., from Aug. 19 to 26, 1899, 
together with the sanitary conditions of the State camping grounds, 
and its water supply. 

The grounds were clean, but dry and dusty ; sinks in bad con- 
dition, not having been cleaned out after the Second Brigade en- 
campment. Cook houses not as clean as they ought to be ; the 
cutting boards over which food is served were not clean, cracks 
and corners filled with bits of food ; cook house floors needed scrub- 
bing. Grounds and road in rear of mess halls in poor condition. 
Water supply from Leonard's Pond same as has been used for sev- 
eral years. All buildings need repairing. 

There was very little sickness, considering the weather and san- 
itary conditions. The sickness was mostly due to indiscretions 
and the lack of knowledge of camp life, all of which might have 
been corrected in a measure by proper care and attention on the 
part of officers and men to the simple rules of hygiene. 

No accident of any kind happened during the encampment. 

Washing of kitchen utensils under the faucets and in close prox- 
imity to the kitchen and provision storehouse renders the ground 
unwholesome, unsighty and dangerous, and should be corrected 
by having proper and sanitary conveniences. 

Mattresses should be thoroughly aired and dried before putting 
away ; better still, they should be fumigated. 

The veterinary building is fitted up as a model hospital of its 
kind, and was always in excellent condition, with appliances and 
remedies for the treatment of any case that might come under the 
care and skill of Lieutenant Osgood, veterinary surgeon, who was 
always on the alert for the care and protection of the dumb 
animals. 

The bath house building but partially fills the wants and needs, 
as the men can only take a tub bath. The building and tubs were 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 27 

kept clean, although continually in use. The pipe supplying the 
water runs along the lower part of the building simply to draw- 
water to fill the tubs ; this pipe should be placed at the top of the 
building, and so arranged as to serve for shower baths and to fill 
the tubs ; this could be done at a small expense. 

The sinks are in a deplorable condition, an eyesore and a men- 
ace to the sanitary conditions of a camp of instruction. The 
buildings are saturated with urine and odors, the vaults are 
crumbling and falling away, thereby leaving openings for their 
contents to trickle out into the ground, making a hotbed of germs. 
There can be no marked improvement with the sinks in their pres- 
ent condition. If they are to remain, they should be thoroughly 
repaired, or, better still, built new in a different location. They 
should be cleaned out after every encampment, and every night 
during the encampment, if deemed best for the health of the 
command. 

The brigade hospital needs repairing and enlarging, so that all 
the medical property could be cared for in a proper manner. The 
Ambulance and Signal Corps should be farther away from the 
hospital ; if, however, they are to remain in the same place, the 
sink for the Ambulance Corps should be placed farther away from 
the hospital, near the sink of the Signal Corps. Washing facilities 
for Ambulance and Signal Corps should be improved, so that the 
ground would not get muddy and look untidy. 

The buildings need repairing, as many of them leak. The cook- 
house needs a thorough renovating ; the range is worn out and is 
in an unsafe condition ; there should be a new range, in order to 
get the best results in cooking, which is one of the prime factors 
in producing and keeping health. 

There are two cases of meteorological instruments, neither of 
which is in good condition ; consequently it is difficult to get a 
correct reading; they should be repaired and regulated. At the 
suggestion of Private H. L. Cummings of the Signal Corps, who 
made the observations during the encampment, I would recom- 
mend the addition of the following instruments to the present 
outfit: one weather vane and arrow to indicate direction of wind, 
one weather gauge to give velocity of wind, one exposed ther- 
mometer, one attached thermometer, one rain gauge rule and some 
new flags. There should be some new sheets for making out 
meteorological report, since the tour of camp duty is for seven 
days, the old sheets providing for only five days. I would rec- 
ommend that a high fence be placed around a small lot, for the 
protection of meteorological instruments and observations during 
the encampment. I would suggest that two men of the Signal 



28 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Corps be detailed to take charge of meteorological observations, 
and to make special study of this department, as it is an impor- 
tant branch in making up the school of instruction for the Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Militia. 

The water for use at the State camp grounds is taken from 
Leonard's Pond, situated about a fourth of a mile in a south- 
westerly direction from the camp, on about the same level, in 
sand and gravel soil. The water is clear and palatable, without 
odor or color. The pond, which is fed by springs and surface 
water, has no visible inlet or outlet, is about two miles in circum- 
ference, and for two-thirds of the distance round the pond on the 
north north-east and north-west sides there is an embankment 
about fifteen feet high, with a decided slope away from the pond. 
On the south and south-east side of the pond is an ice house, and 
a stable that accommodates twelve horses ; this stable is not more 
than twenty-five feet from the shore, with the manure pit on the 
shore side ; into this pit the men who have the care of the horses 
probably dump their excrement, as there is no other visible place ; 
in this pit are kept pigs. I am told that when the manure gets hot 
and dry the hose is turned on, and the whole contents of the pit 
soaked, and as a result is leached and drained into the pond. 
Horses are led to the shore of the pond to drink. There are sev- 
eral houses in near proximity to the pond, say fifty to one hundred 
feet away ; two of these houses use the old-fashioned privies, with 
bricked-up vaults, which are in poor condition. There is one small 
summer cottage with privy not more than ten feet from shore of 
pond ; also one house with two cesspools situated about one to 
two hundred feet from pond. The sewer system of Framingham 
is accessible to all these houses ; all other houses have entered the 
sewer. It is reported that people bathe in the pond ; therefore 
they are very liable to leave human excrement on the shores, which 
during a rain might be washed into the pond and contaminate the 
water, if not render it dangerous for use. The people of Fram- 
ingham are using the ice from this pond. The water for the camp 
grounds is taken from the northerly end of the pond, farthest 
removed from the source of contamination, through an iron pipe, 
the inlet of which is forty feet from the shore and thirteen feet be- 
low the surface of the water ; the inlet of the pipe is surrounded by 
a fine wire strainer, and this surrounded by another stand-pipe per- 
forated with small holes, the top of which is five feet below the 
surface of the water, which serves also as a strainer. The water 
is pumped by engine to stand-pipe, on hill in rear of butts ; from 
this point it is distributed through iron pipe to various parts of 
the camp grounds. After the water has stood in the pipes it 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 29 

becomes discolored by the iron rust, which makes it turbid, very 
disagreeable and uninviting to use. So far as I can learn from 
people living in the vicinity of the pond, there has been no case 
of typhoid fever near the pond for many years, yet we know not 
how soon one may develop. 

Sept. 11, 1899, accompanied by Mr. Johnson of the State Board 
of Health, we made a careful inspection of the water supply, 
taking samples for examination. His report is appended. 

I want to compliment the Ambulance Corps as a whole for the 
efficient and intelligent work they perform in their special line of 
duty. Now that the company bearers as such have been done away 
with, I believe that the Ambulance Corps should be increased in 
numbers, so that a portion could be detailed as nurses and atten- 
dants to hospitals ; they should have instruction in nursing and 
especially in cooking, in order to prepare delicacies for the sick, 
as well as a common diet. To secure the highest degree of effi- 
ciency there must be faithful work, strict discipline and harmony. 
In order to bring about this result, I believe that the whole corps 
should be under one roof, and subject to the constant observation 
of its commander. 

Recommendations . 

I would first recommend that a complete and modern system of 
sewerage be adopted at the camp grounds, connecting with the 
sewer system of the town of Framingham ; that the sinks be so 
constructed that they can be flushed with water at stated intervals 
through the day, washing everything into the sewer. If this is 
impossible, they should be carefully repaired and cleared out often. 

The street in rear of cook houses should be straightened and 
macadamized ; the ground from mess halls to the street, including 
the gutter, should be concreted. The cook houses should be raised 
six inches above the concrete, and rest x>n brick foundations at 
each corner, so that the whole, from mess hall to street, could be 
washed every morning, as well as the gutter of the street connecting 
with the sewer. If this is not possible, then place catch-basins at 
intervals along the gutter, and have these empty by a drain under 
the street which could extend to the valley below ; this would pre- 
vent the ground about the cook houses from becoming muddy and 
filthy from debris, grease and other matter. Cook houses, provi- 
sion storehouses and ice boxes should be so constructed that they 
could be washed out every morning by means of hose attached to 
stand-pipes near by. The boards on which food is cut and served 
over should be new every encampment, or planed after each en- 
campment. 

If the troops are to be fed by caterers, which I trust will not be 



30 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the case, there should be provided sleeping quarters for the cooks 
and waiters. No person should be allowed to sleep iu the store- 
house, cook houses or mess halls. 

I would earnestly recommend that the State furnish rations to 
her troops, and that the men cook and serve them ; it would be 
cheaper for the State and better for the men, as it would give them 
a knowledge of how to provide and care for themselves. 

I would recommend that a pool be built for bathing purposes ; 
that the water pipe in the bath house be placed at the top of the 
building, so that it would be possible to take a shower bath. 

I would urge that the brigade hospital be repaired, and so 
altered as to better serve the needs of the militia ; also that it be 
farther removed from the Ambulance Corps' quarters, on account 
of close proximity to sinks. 

I would recommend that there be two assistant surgeons to each 
regiment, thus giving a medical officer to each battalion ; this 
would greatly aid in examining recruits, and be of the utmost 
importance and benefit in case troops were detached by battalions. 

I would urge that the medical equipment be the same as the 
United States army in every detail, so that our medical officers 
may become familiar with the paper work, and the manner of car- 
rying it on ; that the surgical and medical supplies be identical 
with the army, so that, if troops were called into the United States 
service, there would be no delay or confusion in doing the work of 
the United States army ; furthermore, if there should be at any 
time a national encampment of State troops for instruction, in 
charge of regular army officers, we should be better prepared to do 
our duty according to United States regulations. 

I have purposely left the most important subject of water supply 
to the last, in order that I might give it most careful considera- 
tion ; and my recommendations are substantiated by the report of 
the State Board of Health, who has been kind enough to go with 
me over the grounds, carefully observing the condition of the 
source of the water supply (Leonard's Pond), taking specimens 
therefrom, and from other parts of the camp grounds for analysis, 
a report of which is appended. The water supply for a camp is 
the most important element, and should be pure, free from con- 
tamination, and guarded and protected with unflinching fidelity. 

Assuming that the State owns Leonard's Pond, I would earnestly 
recommend that she purchase the land adjacent thereto, if pos- 
sible, so that she could completely control the water supply ; this 
would give the camp grounds an abundant supply of pure, whole- 
some water. Iu the purchase would necessarily be included the 
ice houses and stable situated on the shore of the pond ; the stable 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 31 

in any event must be abolished ; the ice houses could be used by 
the State, making a large ice plant from which to supply her troops 
while in camp. I presume it is the intent of the State eventually 
to ration her troops; in this event an ice plant would be of the 
greatest importance. If the State is unable to control the sur- 
roundings of the pond, then I would recommend that a filter bed 
be constructed, through which all the water might be filtered, 
caught in a basin below, then pumped to high service ; this would 
give an absolutely pure water supply. The same engine that 
would be used to pump the water onto the filter bed could be used 
in pumping it to high service. If these suggestions cannot be car- 
ried out, then it may be deemed cheaper and more expedient to 
take water from some other source. 

Enclosed you will find reports from the regimental and battalion 
surgeons of the brigade, all of whom bear testimony of the bad 
condition about the cook houses and sinks, and urge improvement. 

Here let me thank the surgeons and assistant surgeons for the 
able and painstaking manner in which they performed their duty. 
To you, sir, let me tender my appreciation and thanks for the 
cheerful and generous manner in which you have always honored 
my requests. 

Very respectfully, Otis H. Marion, 

Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, First Brigade, M. V. M. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Office of the State Board of Health, State House, 
Boston, Sept. 26, 1899. 

To Otis H. Marion, Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Director, First Brigade, 
M. V. M., South Framingham, Mass. 

Sir: — In accordance with your request of Sept. 9, 1899, for 
advice with reference to the quality of water used at the State 
camp ground at South Framingham, and as to the best method of 
improving the sanitary condition of the camp ground, the State 
Board of Health has caused the locality to be examined by one of 
its engineers, and samples of water from the source used to supply 
the camp grounds to be analyzed. 

The results of the analyses show that the water is soft, nearly 
colorless, and does not contain an excessive amount of organic 
matter for a surface water, and, if unpolluted by sewage, the 
source would be a suitable one from which to take water for 
drinking and other uses at the camp ground ; but an examination 
of the water-shed shows the presence of several buildings not far 
from the shore of the pond, from which it is probable that pollut- 



32 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

iug matters, under present conditions, find their way at times into 
the pond. It appears, also, that considerable numbers of people 
resort to the pond for bathing in the summer season. Under these 
circumstances, the pond cannot be considered a safe source from 
which to take water directly for drinking, unless the pollution of 
the pond from the causes indicated can be prevented. It is prob- 
ably feasible to prevent the pollution of the pond, but it might be 
more expensive to keep it free from pollution than to secure a 
suitable supply in some other way. 

There are indications that an ample supply of ground water 
could be obtained by the construction of a well or filter-gallery near 
the shore of the pond, where the soil is coarse and porous, so far as 
can be judged from surface indications ; and a good ground-water 
supply would be more satisfactory than a supply taken directly 
from the pond, even if the pollution were prevented. 

It appears that the pipes of the Framingham Water Company 
are already laid to the vicinity of the camp grounds, and, if a sat- 
isfactory arrangement to supply the camp grounds can be made, 
it is probable that the best way of obtaining a suitable water 
supply for the grounds would be to take water from these works. 
If, however, it is deemed desirable to secure an independent sup- 
ply, the Board would advise investigations, with a view to obtain- 
ing a supply of water from the ground in the vicinity of Leonard's 
Pond, your present source. 

With regard to the sanitary condition of the camp, the investi- 
gations of the Board show that, if the vaults now in use receive 
sufficient care and if the contents are disinfected and removed at 
frequent intervals, the presence of these vaults need not be a 
nuisance or a menace to the health of the camp. The drainage 
from the cook houses, however, which is at present discharged 
upon the ground, creates a serious nuisance, and should be dis- 
posed of in some more suitable manner. It does not appear to be 
practicable to construct a sewer to convey this drainage to the 
Framingham sewerage system, and it is, of course, essential to 
keep it out of the small stream which flows near the camp ; but 
the grounds are at such an elevation above the valley of the brook 
that it appears to be practicable to convey this drainage to some 
place in the valley of the brook and purify it upon land, and allow 
the eflluent to discharge into the brook. 

The Board would advise that you have a plan made for a gen- 
eral system of sewerage and sewage disposal for the camp ; and 
when you have prepared such a plan the Board will, upon receipt 
of a request, give you further advice in this matter. 

By order of the Board, Sam'l W. Abbott, 

Secretary. 



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Headquarters First Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Mass., Nov. 8, 1899. 

Brig. Gen. R. A. Blood, Surgeon General, M. V. M. 

Sik : — I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
annual tour of fall duty of Oct. 14, 1899. 

The entire State troops were mobilized in Boston to do their 
fall field day and to act as escort to Admiral George Dewey, the 
hero of Manila. The weather conditions, although pleasant, were 
too warm for the time of year and the bill of dress that was 
ordered for the troops, consequently quite a few men were over- 
come with heat and fatigue. The sanitary provisions were well 
cared for, tents being placed on side streets off Commonwealth 
Avenue, also on the Common along Charles Street mall. The 
march was about six miles long, and by easy stages. The head of 
the column moved promptly at 12 m., and arrived on the Common 
about 2.30 p.m. An ambulance for each brigade was provided, 
but the detail from the Ambulance Corps for the brigade did not 
appear, therefore the ambulance followed the brigade without any 
one in attendance. 

Brigade hospital was established on the Common, which was of 
the utmost service, as it was soon filled. During the occupancy 
of the Common by the school children two were brought to the 
hospital, Ed. Spellman with hernia and Emma Tirrell from exhaus- 
tion. The following from the First Brigade were cared for, many 
having to be carried to the armory or station in ambulances after 
the exercises were over : Private T. H. Lee, Company C, First 
Regiment, exhaustion ; Private R. T. Blanchard, Company A, 
First Regiment, exhaustion ; Private A. L. Ryan, Company B, 
First Regiment, exhaustion ; Corporal R. E. Ritterhouse, Second 
Corps Cadets, exhaustion ; Private G. G. Staffell, Second Corps 
Cadets, exhaustion ; Private W. G. Rockhard, Second Corps 
Cadets, exhaustion and sprain of knee ; Private Sewell, Company 

C, First Regiment, exhaustion; Private G. H. Gorman, Company 

D, Sixth Regiment, exhaustion ; Private P. Parker, Company M, 
Sixth Regiment, exhaustion and cramps ; Private E. D. Ritter- 
house, Second Corps Cadets, exhaustion. Among citizens cared 
for were: Miss Eva Prescott, city, faint; Miss Perkins, Somer- 
ville, faint; Lizzie Donovan, city, faint; and Geo. Marshall, city, 
exhaustion. 

After disposing of the sick by discharging well or sending to 
their armories or stations, I called in the assistance of the Ambu- 
lance Corps, had the tents struck, and all hospital property loaded 



1900.1 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 37 



j 



onto the State arsenal wagons, and dispatched for Framingham, 
at 5 o'clock p.m. 

Only one accident occurred, that to Private J. P. Nichols of 
Troop F, who was thrown from his horse at the North Station, 
receiving a sprain of tendons of left knee, with effusion ; he was 
taken to the Massachusetts General Hospital. 

From reports of regimental and battalion surgeons, which in 
some cases were delayed and had to be asked for, consequently 
delaying my report, I gather the following data : Second Regiment, 
three men fell out on account of heat ; First Regiment, two men 
excused ; Sixth Regiment, two men excused an account of exhaus- 
tion ; Battery of Artillery, none ; Troop F, one man sent to hos- 
pital, injury to knee. 

Considering the day, the time, the number of troops and the 
concourse of people, everything went off with credit to the troops 
and honor to the State. 

Very respectfully, 

Otis H. Marion, 
Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M.V. M., 
Boston, Nov. 2, 1899. 

Brig. Gen Robert A. Blood, Surgeon General, Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit to you the following report 
of medical department, Second Brigade, M. V. M., for the tour 
of duty performed Oct. 14, 1899. With your consent, hospitals 
for both brigades were established on Common. One assistant 
surgeon and twelve enlisted men were detailed from this brigade 
for duty at Second Brigade Hospital. During the day the follow- 
ing were admitted to our hospital : five enlisted men from Fifth 
Regiment Infantry, three enlisted men from Eighth Regiment 
Infantry, one commissioned officer and five enlisted men from 
Ninth Regiment Infantry. There was no serious illness or injury. 
The diagnosis in the majority of cases was " exhaustion." Those 
patients who were unable to return with their organizations were 
removed in ambulances to railroad stations or homes. Several 
civilians and a few school children suffering from minor ailments 
were treated. The weather was rather warm, but favorable for 
military duty. The idea of organizing a field hospital for fall 
field day is good, and on this occasion was a grand success. 

Enclosed you will find reports from medical officers of Ninth 
Regiment Infantry and Battery A, Light Artillery. Those from 



38 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Fifth and Eighth Regiments Infantry have been returned for 
corrections, and will be forwarded later. No report has been 
received from First Battalion Cavalry. 

I also enclose copies of Special Orders No. 70 and Circular 
No. 3. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

William H. Devine, 

Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, 

Second Brigade, M. V. M. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M. 
Brig. Gen. Rob't A. Blood, Surgeon General, Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to recommend that some action be 
taken to improve water supply at camp grounds, South Framing- 
ham. It was my intention to urge this before another encamp- 
ment, but at the recent school for medical officers the matter was 
discussed, and an improvement in water supply was so earnestly 
advocated by some medical officers that I think it should receive 
immediate attention. My views, expressed in my report of tour 
of duty for Aug. 3 to 9, 1899, are essentially as follows: " The 
water supply is apparently good, but it is only a question of time 
when it will become contaminated. The camp ground has been 
occupied by large bodies of troops in 1898, and is about to be 
used again, for recruiting for U. S. Volunteer service. Leonard's 
Pond, which supplies the water, is apt to be polluted by excreta, 
etc. I recommend the introduction of the town supply ; this will 
ensure good drinking water, and will relieve the military authori- 
ties of great responsibility." 

The fact that many officers and enlisted men of the volunteer 
militia have no confidence in the water, and that most of them 
prefer spring water and that obtained from wells in the vicinity, 
is some indication of its inferior quality. The chemical analysis 
of the water does not show a first-class condition. 

Lieut. Austin Peters, veterinary surgeon, First Battalion Cav- 
alry, in his paper, "Care of stables," read at school for medical 
officers, Second Brigade, M. V. M., December 7, said : " A horse 
appreciates pure drinking water above all other animals, and I 
have always noticed that when I leave the grounds at Framingham 
to go to the village, my horse seems to enjoy the water at the 
public drinking trough there. The swamp water pumped into the 
pipes on the Framingham camp grounds may be a very fine water 
from the stand-point of a chemical analysis, but the horses don't 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 39 

like it, and I doubt if most men do ; at least, the First Battalion 
of Cavalry has always bought Nobscot spring water for drinking 
purposes. As the grounds at Framingham are already laid with 
pipes, it seems to me that an effort should be made to have them 
connected with the town water pipes, and thus secure a better 
water. If this is done, I would also suggest that two or three 
faucets at different points be left running for a couple of days 
before each encampment, in order to carry off the iron rust that 
accumulates during months of disuse." 

Maj. C. C. Foster, surgeon of the Fifth Regiment Infantry, in 
remarks on the subject at school for medical officers, Dec. 7, 1899, 
said: "I consider that up to and including the time of our last 
encampment the water was wholesome so far as infection with 
pathogenic bacteria is concerned. But the neighborhood is being 
rapidly built up ; there is more and more drainage of possibly 
infectious material into the water ; the pond is much resorted to 
for bathing ; and its shore is a loafing place for men and boys, 
who deposit more or less faeces there. Under these circumstances, 
the water might at any time become infected. Granting the 
safety of the water, it is not in other respects very desirable. It 
is warm ; it often has considerable vegetable growth and other 
sediment in it, giving it a disagreeable appearance and taste, and 
certainly not improving its wholesomeness. In spite of these 
drawbacks, I have myself always drunk this water, never buying 
Nobscot. I have done this chiefly on principle ; because I have 
had to defend the water in the interest of discipline against much 
complaint, which I felt had some foundation. I have always told 
complainers that the water, although not the coolest or clearest 
in the world, was perfectly wholesome ; and I had to practice 
what I preached. At the same time, I am by no means sure that 
it has not contributed to the diarrhoeas which have been so preva- 
lent at times. This water is perfectly good for bathing, and, used 
for this purpose, would greatly reduce the amount of water needed, 
which might be supplied to the kitchens only, and used solely 
for cooking and drinking." 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

William H. Devine, 
Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, 
Second Brigade, M, V. M. 



40 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M. f 
Boston, Oct. 19, 1899. 

Brig. Gen R. A. Blood, Surgeon General, Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to request your permission to form a 
school for medical officers of my brigade. Several medical officers 
of the Second Brigade are inexperienced, and I would like to start 
a little course of instruction for them. My idea is to have school 
conducted on same principle as former years. I think it would be 
just as well to have separate schools for the two brigades ; then 
each medical director could arrange time and place best suited to 
his own officers. I would be much pleased to have you present, 
to give the officers a little talk. Would also invite Colonel Marion. 
If the affair is a success, and I have no doubt it will be, we could 
have a few meetings during the winter. If agreeable to you, I 
will make all arrangements, select date and place, assign subjects 
for papers, etc. Can mileage be allowed? Could meeting take 
place in Surgeon General's office? There will not be more than 
ten present. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

William H. Devine, 
Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, 
Second Brigade, M. V. M. 



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Surgical supplies (bandages, etc.), 48 26 

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12 Cuspidores 6 00 

4 Reserve chests, 123 57 

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20 Aluminum trays (for orderly pouches), .... 5500 

80 Razors, 14 00 

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REPORT OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL. 



Judge Advocate General's Office, 
Worcester, Mass., Dec. 18, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, State House, Boston. 

General : — I have the honor to submit my report for the 
current year. Such matters as have been referred to me for ex- 
amination I have duly reported upon, and my opinions are now 
on your files. 

The year has been unusually free from any court martial cases 
sent to me for review. It seems as though an effect of the late 
war with Spain was to purify the militia from any such imperfec- 
tions, and to leave the organizations filled with officers and men 
who have been inspired by a conscientious desire to do their duty 
and maintain the high honor that our volunteers won when our 
regiments went into the United States service. 

Very respectfully, 

ROCKWOOD HOAR, 

Judge Advocate General. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 55 



BOARD OF MILITARY EXAMINERS. 



Board of Military Examiners, 

State House, Boston, Dec. 30, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the work of the Board of Military examiners from Jan. 1, 1899, to 
May 17, 1899, inclusive. The total number of officers appearing 
for examination was 85 ; number passed, 75 ; number rejected, 4. 
Two of the foregoing were rejected for physical disability. One 
officer appeared, but was not examined on account of an informality 
in his election. Five officers were ordered to reappear for further 
examination at a subsequent meeting of the Board ; but as the 
Board, previous to the day set for their reappearance, was dis- 
solved by an act of the Legislature of 1899, no action could be 
taken in their cases by this Board. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

THOS. R. MATHEWS, 

Brigadier General, President of Board. 



Office of Examining Board for 

Officers of the Volunteer Militia, 

Boston, Jan. 1, 1900. 
Brig. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — In pursuance of Special Orders No. 64, A. G. O., series 
of 1899, the Examining Board for Officers of the Volunteer Militia, 
consisting of Brig. Gen. W. A. Bancroft, Second Brigade, Col. 
E. P. Clark, Second Regiment Infantry, Capt. John W. Weeks, 
Naval Brigade, Lt. Col. T. F. Edmands, First Corps Cadets, Maj. 
L. M. Duchesney, First Battalion Light Artillery, Maj. W. A. 
Perrins, First Battalion Cavalry, and Capt. Chas. P. Nutter, First 
Regiment Heavy Artillery, held their first meeting on the twenty- 
ninth day of May, 1899, at the headquarters of the Second Brigade. 



56 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Brig. Gen. William A. Bancroft became president by seniority, 
and Capt. (now Maj.) Charles P. Nutter was elected recorder. 

After organizing, the Board proceeded to consider chapter 381 
of the Acts of 1899, and voted to ask for the opinion of the 
Attorney General on the questions which appear in the letter 
transmitted to the Board from his office, under date of June 24, 
1899, a copy of which follows : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Office of the Attorney General, 

Boston, June 24, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Dkar Sir: — Your letter of June 2 to the Attorney General submits 
a letter of Charles P. Nutter, secretary of the Military Examining Hoard, 
asking several questions as to the interpretation as to Stat. 1899, chapter 
381. 

First. — What is the meaning of the words M immediate command " in 
section 2? 

Section 2 provides: " No member of said Board shall take part in the 
examination of any officer, or give any opinion, information or advice as 
to his fitness or competence, in case such officer has any business or 
family connection with him, or might, as a result of the examination, 
come under his immediate command." 

A junior officer to whom a senior officer gives his orders in the first 
instance is under the immediate command of the senior officer. Other 
junior officers who receive their orders from the senior officer through 
him are not under the immediate command of the senior officer, but 
under his immediate command. 

To illustrate : a colonel is under the immediate command of a brigadier 
general ; a captain is under the command of a brigadier general, but he 
is under the immediate command of the colonel. 

Second. — Is Stat. 1897, chapter -488, section 15, still in force? 

It is not. It is inconsistent with Stat. 1899, chapter 381, sections 5-7, 
and is, therefore, repealed hy section 12. 

Third. — Are oral questions for staff officers permitted ? 

Section 8 provides for the examination of staff officers, but does not 
specify whether the examination shall be in writing or oral. Section 9 
provides for a written examination of other officers. Section 8 further 
provides that " any staff officer shall, at his request, be examined in the 
manner provided for other officers." 

I am of opinion, therefore, that, unless a staff officer requests to be 
examined in the manner provided for other officers, he may be examined 
orally by the Board. 

Fourth — This question in effect is whether a member of the Examin- 
ing Board, who may be debarred from taking part in the examination of 
certain officers by section 2, can legally answer questions which other 
members of the Examining Board may put to him regarding such officers 
under that part of section 9 which provides that the Board may make 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 57 

such other inquiry as it may deem necessary relating to the officer ordered 
before it for examination. 

I am of opinion that he cannot. The provisions in section 2 are 
sweeping, and exclude a member of the Board from taking any part in 
the examination of an officer, or giving any opinion, information or 
advice as to his fitness or competence, in case he has any business or 
family connection with such member, or might, as a result of such exam- 
ination, come under his immediate command ; and they are not modified 

by section 9. 

Yours very truly, A. W. DeGoosh, 

Assistant Attorney General. 

From the organization of the Board on the twenty-ninth day of 
May, 1899, until the close of the year, the Board held 23 meetings 
for the purpose of preparing blanks, examination papers, and for 
the examination of officers. There were 157 officers examined by 
the Board ; 138 were found competent and 19 were found incom- 
petent, or more than 12 per cent, of officers examined were rejected 
as incompetent. Of the 19 declared as incompetent, 6 have ap- 
pealed to the Commander-in-Chief for re-examination ; the papers 
of 3 have been returned, appeal not allowed ; while 3 remain to be 
acted upon. 

During the seven months there have been received and filed by 
the Board 14 orders, 10 letters, 85 notices of commissions issued, 
10 letters written and copies made, 48 pages of records, in addition 
to the preparation of nearly 200 examination papers. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

WM. A. BANCROFT, 

Brigadier General, President. 



58 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF RIFLE 

PRACTICE. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Inspector General of Rifle Practice, 

State House, Boston, Dec. 31, 1899. 

To the Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

Sir: — I have the honor herewith to submit the annual report 
on the work of the department of rifle practice, general staff of 
Massachusetts, for the year this day closing. 

I. Legislative and Administrative Changes. 

Under the provisions of section 1, chapter 359, Acts of 1898, 
the rank of the Inspector General of Rifle Practice was reduced 
from brigadier general to colonel, while the office of Assistant 
Inspector General of Rifle Practice on the general staff, then 
vacant, was discontinued. 

From April 22, 1898, — the date of the resignation of Brig. 
Gen. Curtis Guild, Jr., I.G.R.P., preparatory to his acceptance 
of a volunteer commission in the service of the United States, — 
until late in the current year, the department remained without a 
permanently appointed and commissioned chief. Col. Richard D. 
Sears, A.A.G., assigned on July 11, 1898, as acting I.G.R.P., 
was relieved on May 19, 1899, by the temporary detail on like 
duty of Col. James T. Soutter, A.I.G. ; the latter officer, in 
turn, being relieved on July 8, 1899, on the appointment of the 
present chief of department. The records of the department 
would be incomplete did they not contain a fitting acknowledgment 
of the efficient conduct of its operations by Colonel Sears during 
the ten months of his tour as acting chief, while due mention 
should be made of the services of Colonel Soutter while under 
detail in a similar capacity. 

"With the opening of the coming year the department will find 
itself provided with suitable office accommodations, Room 108, 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 59 

State House, having been set aside for this purpose by vote of 
the Honorable Council. Since its establishment, the lack of 
proper and permanent quarters has hampered this department in 
its work, and the coming relief from former unsatisfactory con- 
ditions should do much towards facilitating the transaction of 
its business. 

II. Orders and Circulars. 

The following orders and circulars, bearing upon the operations 
of the department, have been issued in the current series from the 
office of the Adjutant General : — 

General Orders, No. 3, March 4, publishing regulations govern- 
ing the range work of the year; Special Orders, No. 58, May 19, 
relieving Col. R. D. Sears, A.A.G., acting I.G.R.P., by the de- 
tail of Col. J. T. Soutter, A.I.G., on like duty; General Orders, 
No. 8, July 8, relieving Col. J. T. Soutter, A.I.G., from the 
above detail by the appointment of Col. J. A. Frye, I.G.R.P. ; 
General Orders, No. 11, September 1, revoking certain provisions 
of General Orders, No. 3, and publishing amended regulations 
for small-arms qualifications, together with conditions governing 
competitions; Circular, September 2, publishing target assign- 
ments for troops conducting practice at Walnut Hill range ; Gen- 
eral Orders, No. 17, October 18, publishing final regulations and 
special duty details for the State general competition ; Special 
Orders, No. 152, November 8, relating to the disposition of 
marksmanship decorations due to officers and men late of Com- 
pany B (disbanded) , Eighth Infantry. 

III. Abnormal Service Conditions. 

At the opening of the present year the First Heavy Artillery, 
Second Infantry, Ninth Infantry and the larger portion of the 
Naval Brigade had but just returned from the service of the 
United States to that of the Commonwealth, while the Sixth 
Infantry was mustered out on January 21, the Fifth Infantry on 
March 31 and the Eighth Infantry not until April 28. In all 
these commands the officers found their energies taxed to the 
utmost by the solution of problems arising in the process of 
readjustment to the conditions of the peace establishment, of 
which perhaps the most pressing was that of recruiting, to fill 
vacancies in the ranks caused by the operation of the law making 
optional, in the cases of enlisted men discharged from the volun- 
teer service, the completion of unexpired terms of militia enlist- 
ment. Furthermore, much time necessarily was consumed by 



60 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the staff departments in the task of rearming and re-eqnipping 
the force. 

In view of these facts, it became the policy of this department 
not to require from the officers of the line the customary efforts in 
the direction of range work. It was fully recognized that time 
must be granted for recovery from the inevitable reaction fol- 
lowing a period of active service, and that many other essential 
matters must take precedence over even one so important as 
small-arms training. It was not until well into the month of 
September that it was found possible to commence systematic 
range work ; and, as an additional handicap, the officers of the 
department and of the line were obliged to give their attention 
to the instruction of an inordinately large percentage of recruits. 

Notwithstanding these adverse conditions, it now is a matter 
of record that the past year has shown unexpectedly gratifying 
results. Full recognition and credit for the conscientious effort on 
the part of the officers of the militia which has made possible these 
results is accorded by this department. 

IV. Summary of Results attained. 

Exclusive of the hospital and signal services, the three field 
batteries and the six corps of musicians attached to headquarters 
of line regiments, — all of which, by orders, are exempt from the 
requirements of range practice, — the aggregate commissioned and 
enlisted strength in the service of the State at the close of the late 
season, for range work Dec. 31, 1899, was 5,512. Of this enrol- 
ment, no less than 71 per cent. (3,905) held ratings for small- 
arms efficiency, as indicated by the appended table : — 

Original qualifications, 2,065 

Requalifications, 1,272 

Efficients not requalifying, 568 



Total marksmen of record (71 per cent.), . . 3,905 
Unqualified recruits (29 per cent.), . . . 1,607 



Aggregate enrolment, 5,512 

AVith this exhibit the department rests well content. Under 
ordinary conditions, a percentage of less than 90 would fall 
below the required standard of efficiency; but under conditions 
prevailing during the past season, the attainment of a percentage 
of 71 may well be taken as indicative of energetic attention to 
duty on the part alike of the officers and men of the militia. 



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V. Veteran Efficients. 

In making the annual return of range work, commanding officers 
were required to report the names of such marksmen of record as 
had been in the service of the United States during the late war 
with Spaiu, and were enrolled in the State service on Dec. 31, 
1899. The complete returns on file in this office show an aggre- 
gate, under this classification, of 1,808 officers and enlisted men, 
— upwards of 33 per cent, of the present force, after the deduction 
of organizations exempted from small-arms practice. 

With so large a proportion of veteran efficients still available as 
instructors, the work of bringing the militia up to the required 
standard should progress rapidly and with but little friction during 
the coming year. It argues strongly for the esprit de corps of the 
force that so many enlisted men, after the hardships of active 
campaigning in the tropics and the discomfort and monotony of 
camp and garrison duty, yet have elected to remain with the colors 
of their old commands. 

VI. The "U. S. V." Marksmanship Medal. 
The department has completed the issue of the special bronze 
medal authorized by the circular of Nov. 26, 1898, A. G-. O. 
This decoration under the conditions prescribed for its award, 
could be issued only to such officers and men as had recorded 
original qualifications, or had requalified in the highest class 
previously attained, during the range season of 1897, and sub- 
sequently had entered the service of the United States. Many 
marksmen of record were debarred from receiving the medal by 
the operation of the clause relating to requalifications. For this 
reason, as well as for others which will readily suggest themselves, 
the record showing the final distribution of the decoration indi- 
cates but approximately the actual number of trained marksmen 
furnished by the militia of Massachusetts for the service of the 
United States. These medals were issued to commands called 
into active service, as indicated below : — 



First Heavy Artillery, 


400 


Second Infantry, .... 


307 


Fifth Infantry, 


26L 


Sixth Infantry, 


342 


Eighth Infantry, .... 


307 


Ninth Infantry, 


275 


Naval Brigade, 


227 



2,119 



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While due to the best of motives, the issue of this decoration 
yet has proved to be an unfortunate step. This is for the reason 
that it is persistently regarded by the militia as a service, and not 
as a marksmanship medal. The legend " United States Volun- 
teers, 1898," on the face of the medal, seems to divert attention 
from the marksmanship class-designation inscribed on the bar 
from which it is pendent. Since it is the only medal authorized 
by the State which is indicative of war service, it would appear 
that there is some color of justice in the complaint made by those 
ineligible to receive it, — that discrimination is shown in its issue 
to such as were fortunate enough to comply, though unwittingly, 
with the prescribed requirements. 

To remedy this apparent injustice, it is most earnestly recom- 
mended that a simple and dignified, though inexpensive, decora- 
tion be issued by the State to each officer and man who served 
honorably in the army, navy or volunteers, and was credited 
to the quota of Massachusetts, during the late war with Spain. 
At an approximate estimate, there might be 15,000 applications 
for decorations under these conditions. An appropriation of 
$7,500 by the Legislature of 1900 should amply meet the require- 
ments under this recommendation. 

VII. Unpaid Bounties for 1898. 

In the interval between the opening of the range season of 1898 
and the mustering of the militia into the volunteer service there 
were recorded numerous qualifications and requalifications under 
the provisions of par. VI., General Orders, No. 1, A.G.O., Jan. 
10, 1898, which stipulated, "an allowance of $1.50 will be made 
to each member of a company armed with the rifle or carbine who 
qualifies or requalifies during the range season, and remains in 
service with the company on October 31." 

For the technically valid reason that the six line regiments and 
the Naval Brigade were not in the service of the Commonwealth at 
the date fixed in orders for the forwarding of annual returns of 
range practice, the cash allowances noted were not paid to these 
commands. Insomuch, however, as the companies thus deprived 
of their allowances had complied in good faith, and at no small 
expenditure of money and effort, with the first of the conditions 
above set forth, — failing to comply with the second and less 
important only through causes beyond their control, — it would 
seem that the Commonwealth well might pay the allowances to 
which they consider themselves entitled in equity. The unex- 
pended balance of the appropriation for rifle practice in 1898 
bavins Ions since reverted to the treasurv, the department finds 



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itself powerless to relieve this apparent hardship ; but it earnestly 
commends to the Legislature favorable action on such properly 
certified and approved claims as may be brought to its attention. 

VIII. Qualification Requirements. 

It was demonstrated by actual trial that the percentage sys- 
tem for the computation of qualifications (General Orders, No. 
3, current series) was too complex for service application, and 
therefore (General Orders, No. 11, current series) a return was 
made to the system of specific scores which, with minor modi- 
fications, had been in operation since 1891. This system is 
not free from defects, and it may be doubted if scores recorded 
under its provisions afford an accurate indication of the actual 
firing efficiency of the troops. Existing conditions, however, 
compel its retention. With a more adequate fund at the disposal 
of the department, and with range accommodations on a proper 
scale, a system might be devised which would enable the officers 
of this department to test the efficiency of troops under conditions 
approximating those of the firing line. 

Under the simple requirements of the present system, a company 
commander should find little difficulty in qualifying 90 per cent, 
of his command. This percentage will be expected by the depart- 
ment in the range work of 1900, and officers failing to attain it 
will be specifically mentioned in the report at the close of the year. 

IX. Honorable Mention. 

In view of the abnormal conditions of the past year, to which 
reference elsewhere has been made, especial credit is due to the 
following commanding officers for returning as qualified marks- 
men, at the close of the range season, every officer and man of 
their maximum legal enrolments : — 

Capt. W. S. Warriner, Company K, Second Infantry ; station, 
Springfield. Capt. G. J. Crosier, Company M, Second Infantry ; 
station, Adams. Lieut. G. R. H. Buffinton, Sixth (F) Division, 
Naval Brigade ; station, Fall River. 

Credit is due to the following officers for returning as qualified 
marksmen every officer and man of their commands, though with- 
out regard to the legal maximum enrolment : — 

Lieut. Col. T. F. Edmands, First Corps Cadets;* station, 
Boston. Capt. J. L. Gibbs, Battery E, First Heavy Artillery ; 
station, Fall River. Capt. P. F. Packard, Company D,* Second 
Corps Cadets ; station, Salem. 

* No specific legal enrolment. 



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[Jan. 



Mention is made of the following commanding officers for 
returning as qualified marksmen 90 per cent, and upwards of the 
enrolment of their respective commands at the close of the range 
season : — 

Capt. D. Fuller, Battery M, First Heavy Artillery; station, 
Fall River. Capt. P. L. Rider, Company C, Second Infantry; 
station, Springfield. Capt. F. E. Pierce, Company L, Second 
Infantry ; station, Greenfield. Capt. F. E. Gray, Company A, 
Sixth Infantry; station, Wakefield. Capt. T. Livingstone, Com- 
pany C, Sixth Infantry; station, Lowell. Capt. J. S. Hart, 
Company I, Sixth Infantry; station, Concord. Capt. J. F. 
AValsh, Company B, Ninth Infantry ; station, Boston. Capt. 
J. E. Spencer, Company C,* Second Corps Cadets; station, 
Salem. 

X. The Figure of Merit. 

The established method has been followed in the computation 
of the annual figure of merit, 5 points being credited for each 
qualification or requalification in the sharpshooter class, 4 points 
for each in the first class, 3 points for each in the second class, 2 
for each in the third class and 1 for each officer or man firing two 
scores without meeting the qualification requirements. The rating 
of the several commands is determined by the ratio between the 
aggregate of points actually attained and the possible aggregate. 

For causes already noted, the figure of merit for the year now 
closing falls far below the required standard. The First Corps of 
Cadets alone approaches a satisfactory percentage. The rank and 
efficiency rating respectively for foot troops and cavalry are shown 
by the appended tables : — 









Possible 


Actual 


Efficiency 




COMMAND. 


Strength. 


Points. 


Points. 


Percentage. 


1. 


First Corps Cadets, 


271 


1,355 


800 


59.0 


2. 


Second Corps Cadets, . 


206 


1,030 


495 


48.0 


3. 


Second Infantry, .... 


729 


3,645 


i,7;;»; 


47.6 


4. 


Sixth Infantry, .... 


696 


3,480 


1,582 


45.4 


5. 


First Heavy Artillery, . 


700 


3,500 


1 ,358 


38.8 


6. 


Ninth Infantry, .... 


698 


3,490 


1,321 


37.8 


7. 


Naval Brigade, .... 


644 


3,220 


1,146 


35.5 


8. 


Fifth Infantry, .... 


682 


3,410 


829 


24.0 


9. 


Eighth Infantry, .... 


578 


2,890 


531 


18.3 


1. 


Troop F, 


82 


410 


176 


42.9 


2. 


Troop D, 


76 


380 


127 


33.4 


3. 


Troop A, 


79 


395 


114 


28.8 



No specific legal enrolment. 



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XI. Minimum Rating for Efficiency. 

In 1897, the last previous year of range practice under normal 
conditions, no less than 48 companies of foot troops and one troop 
of cavalry were able to record efficiency ratings of 60 per cent., 
and upwards, of the possible figure of merit. With a full under- 
standing of the limitations, both of time and money, confronting 
commanding officers of the militia, the department yet has deter- 
mined to fix this percentage as the minimum degree of efficiency 
to be required during the season of 1900. Officers responsible for 
any failure to attain this prescribed rating will be specifically men- 
tioned in the report on the range work of the year. 

That this requirement is not excessive should appear from a 
study of the appended model return for a full company of infantry, 
indicating the results which will be acceptable to the department : — 



Sharpshooters, 7, each 5 points, 
First Class, 14, each 4 points, 
Second Class, 20, each 3 points, 
Third Class, 20, each 2 points, 

Figure of merit for company, 



35 
56 
60 

40 



191 



The possible figure of merit for the command shown in the 
above return is 305 points, while the efficiency rating attained is 
slightly over 62 per cent. With proper armory training in aiming 
and position drill, and with systematic and careful work upon the 
range, the indicated percentage should be secured without undue 
effort, and within the expenditure of the sum allowed by the de- 
partment for qualification bounties. The proportion of sharp- 
shooters and first-class marksmen as suggested is not excessive. 
One-third of each command, at a low estimate, should be capable 
of effective firing at the mid-ranges. Of the 5,512 combatants on 
the rolls at the close of the present season but 1,014, 18 percent., 
hold ratings as distinguished marksmen, sharpshooters or first-class 
marksmen. The reasons for this unusual weakness have been 
noted ; its recurrence in the coming year will not be tolerated. 



XII. Marksmanship Honors. 
While the State general competition was instituted solely for the 
promotion of a wholesome interest in expert shooting through the 
development of teams of picked marksmen, there gradually has 
become apparent a tendency to regard success therein as carrying 
with it the markmanship honors for the year. As a matter of 



66 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

fact, the success or failure of the teams competiug iu this contest 
affords no indication whatever of the actual firing efficiency of the 
commands which they represent. A case in point is that of the 
rifle competition of the present year, in which the "Tri-Color" 
was won by the team of the First Heavy Artillery, while the regi- 
ment as a whole was rated on its work for the year as fifth iu effi- 
ciency ; second place was won by the team of the Fifth Infantry, 
while this regiment ranked no higher than eighth in efficiency ; and 
third place fell to the team of the First Corps of Cadets, the com- 
mand which attained the highest percentage of efficiency recorded 
for the year, and had the distinction of leading the troops of the 
State. 

Hereafter, the markmanship honors for the year officially will 
be awarded to those commands, respectively of foot troops and 
cavalry, which attain the highest percentage of the possible figure 
of merit, — the computation of this percentage following the 
method indicated in par. X. of this report, — and the distinc- 
tion will be recognized by the issue of suitable trophies. The 
award of these " efficiency trophies" will be announced in orders, 
together with the efficiency rating for the year of the entire force. 
It further will be understood that success in the State general 
competition implies simply the winning of the rifle or carbine team- 
firing championship for the season. 

The department fully recognizes the fact that the method out- 
lined for determining the efficiency rating of the force is at best 
but a crude one. Under existing limitations, however, it would 
appear to be the most satisfactory that can be devised. A search- 
ing test of fire efficiency would be that afforded by parading entire 
regiments and battalions, under orders and with pay, for record 
firing on the range, under direct supervision of the officers of the 
department. 

XIII. Money and Ammunition Allowances. 

The usual allowance of $1.50 has been paid from the funds of 
the department for each qualification or requalification recorded 
during the year under the terms of General Orders, No. 11 ; while 
an issue of 500 rounds of service ball cartridge has been made to 
each battalion, regimental, and brigade headquarters, to be ex- 
pended in practice by the officers and non-commissioned staff 
officers thereto attached. 

While the department regrets its inability to increase the annual 
money allowance for qualifications, it does not consider the present 
rate as wholly inadequate. Under the comparatively easy require- 



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ments for qualification now in effect, the aggregate sum paid to a 
company qualifying its full enrolment should be sufficient to cover 
the cost of the ammunition expended. With proper armory train- 
ing and careful range supervision on the part of officers and non- 
commissioned officers, the theoretical year's work suggested by the 
model return shown in par. XI. of this report should be accom- 
plished with an expenditure of ammunition approximately as 
follows : — 



Sharpshooters, 7, each 150 rounds, . 
First Class, 14, each 100 rounds, . 
Second Class, 20, each 80 rounds, . 
Third Class, 20, each 90 rounds, . 

Company expenditure for range season, 



1,050 
1,400 
1,600 
1,800 

5,850 



With proper economy, and the use of reloaded ammunition, 
company commanders should be able to supply their commands at 
the rate of $15 per 1,000 rounds. Attention is called, in this con- 
nection, to the suggestions on page 309, Blunt's "Rifle and Car- 
bine Firing." The aggregate allowance to a fully qualified company 
of infantry is $91.50, which should be ample for providing over 
6,000 rounds for the practice of the year, — an average per man 
practically of 100 rounds. The excellent records kept by acting 
Ordnance Sergeant Strout, under the supervision of Lieutenant 
Hayes, I.R.P., First Corps of Cadets, show that the full enrol- 
ment of that command was returned as qualified or requalified 
during the season just closed, at an average expenditure per quali 
fication of but 87.7 rounds. 

It is recommended that light charges (55-60 grains of powder, 
350-405 grains of lead) be issued for the practice of recruits, the 
full service charge being issued after their qualification in the 
third class. This will not only promote economy in the loading 
of ammunition, but also will tend to obviate the nervousness com- 
monly shown by men in their earlier range practice. 

XIV. Emergency Ammunition Reserve. 

It is strongly recommended that 1,000 rounds of service ball 
cartridge be issued to the commanding officer of each company, 
foot battery, division and troop, to be held in readiness for possi- 
ble emergencies, — and under seal, — until the close of the year, 
and then replaced by a like issue of fresh ammunition, the original 
consignment thereupon becoming available for expenditure in 
range practice. The reasons for this recommendation will readily 



68 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

suggest themselves ; its importance does not seem open to ques- 
tion. For this purpose an aggregate issue of 93,000 rounds would 
be required, which still would leave in store at the State arseual 
a very considerable general reserve. 

XV. The State General Competition. 

The State general competition for 1899 was held at Walnut Hill 
range, Woburn, on October 24. This late date was fixed in order 
to afford every possible opportunity for team practice to such com- 
mands as recently had been mustered out of the volunteer service. 
In the competition for foot troops, the "Tri-Color," emblematic 
of the rifle team-firing championship for the year, was won by the 
team of the First Heavy Artillery, while a special trophy was 
awarded to the second team, that of the Fifth Infantry. While 
the shooting was necessarily less effective than that of the last 
regular competition in 1897, it yet is noted with satisfaction that 
four of the nine competing teams — the First Heavy Artillery, 
Fifth Infantry, First Corps of Cadets and Sixth Infantry, in the 
order named — attained over 80 per cent, of the possible aggre- 
gate score at the two ranges. In the cavalry competition, the 
11 Guidon Trophy," emblematic of the carbine team-firing cham- 
pionship for the year, was won by the team of Troop D. The 
individual trophies for both rifle and carbine firing were won on 
scores of marked excellence. 

The competition was carried through without the slightest fric- 
tion, and though the corps rivalry was of the keenest, there was 
no manifestation of any unsportsmanlike spirit. Mention is made 
of the efficient services of Lieutenant Colonel Benyon, A.A.G., 
Major Edes, A.I.G.R.P., Major Brigham, A.I.G.R.P., and the 
other officers and enlisted men under detail for special duty in 
connection with the competition. 

The cost of this annual competition, in pay, transportation and 
range expenses, approximates $1,000. The department considers 
this sum well spent, in view of the general interest in shooting 
aroused by the selection and training of the teams. 

XVI. Corps Competitions. 
The annual battalion and regimental competitions for company 
teams were held at various dates prior to the close of the range 
season. For valid reasons the department considered it advisable 
to pay from its fund only the range expenses and transportation 
for these events. The holding of such competitions therefore was 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 69 

left optional with commanding officers. Competitions were ordered 
for the Second, Sixth and Ninth Infantry, the Naval Brigade 
and the First and Second Corps of Cadets. As had been antici- 
pated, the shooting of the majority of the competing teams fell far 
below the customary standard. 

These competitions are of unquestioned value when conducted 
in the proper spirit, since they not only tend to stimulate an in- 
terest in range work, but also afford opportunity for the practical 
testing of the shooting abilities of nearly 1,000 officers and men. 
Commanding officers with unanimity favor their continuance, and 
the department hopes that it may be able to comply with their 
desires in this respect in coming seasons. The only obstacle to 
be surmounted is that of the drain on the funds of the department 
caused by the pay and transportation for these matches, — an 
aggregate yearly charge of $4,000 or upwards. The present sum 
at the disposal of the department will not warrant the payment of 
so large a proportion for the expenses of corps competitions, unless 
other and fully as important interests are hampered. 

XVII. Officers in Team Competitions. 

During the past season the attention of the department unoffi- 
cially has been called to a revival of the discussion on the advisa- 
bility of permitting commissioned officers to fire on teams in 
competition with enlisted men. In order to correct any misappre- 
hension as to the attitude of the department on this question, it 
should be stated that it most strongly endorses the practice. In 
taking this ground it follows the custom of the regular service, 
the firing regulations for which lay down the rule that "it is essen- 
tial that the company officers should themselves become proficient, 
not only in the theoretical but in the practical details. . . . They 
should always attend target practice, firing with the men, and en- 
deavoring to attain a position in advance of the company in pro- 
ficiency with the rifle." It furthermore is the practice in the 
regular army to detail the most proficient among the commissioned 
officers to compete against enlisted men for positions on the de- 
partment, division and army teams. 

The only argument against this practice is that the rifle or car- 
bine is the arm of the enlisted man, and that the officer — in some 
way unexplained — infringes upon the rights of the rank and file 
by participating in rifle or carbine competitions. The department 
holds, on the other hand, that officers who prove themselves capable 
of better work at the range than the men whom they command 



70 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

thereby win increased respect and greater influence over their com- 
panies. The experience of years has shown that the really effi- 
cient commands are those in which the commissioned officers have 
demonstrated their ability to take the lead in marksmanship. It is 
an honor for any enlisted man to win a position on the team rep- 
resenting his command ; that honor becomes enhanced in value 
when the position is won in competition with commissioned officers 
of long service and range experience. 

XVIII. Inter-State Competitions. 

The intermingling of volunteer troops from the various States 
during the late war period did much towards broadening the views 
of those who later returned to the militia service. It is probable 
that one result of this will be evident in increased interest in com- 
petitions between teams representing the regular and militia es- 
tablishments. It will be recalled that the militia team from 
Massachusetts, under command of Col. H. T. Rockwell, then In- 
spector General of Rifle Practice, won both the " Inter-State " and 
"Hilton" trophies in the national competitions held at Creedmoor 
in 1886-89. These successes both added to the reputation of 
Massachusetts and stimulated greatly the interest of its militia in 
expert short and mid-range rifle practice. The department trusts 
that it will be found possible to order a representative team to Sea 
Girt, N. J., to compete for these trophies at the meeting of 1900. 

XIX. Decorations and Trophies. 

The badges and bars issued in recognition of the qualifications 
and requalifications recorded during the year have followed the 
types adopted in 1897. Framed military- engravings, with suitable 
inscription plates, have been awarded to winning teams, while 
medals and cups have been awarded to individual prize winners. 
At the close of the year the " Tri-Color " and " Guidon " trophies 
will be turned over by the officers now holding them to the com- 
manding officers respectively of the First Heavy Artillery and 
Troop I), First Cavalry. 

It is possible that the department may find it advisable to make 
changes in the decorations to be issued during the coming range 

-on. The types now in issue lack durability and are of unsatis- 
factory workmanship. Any changes decided upon will be in the 
direction of military simplicity. It is a question whether or not 
the issue of bars for reqnalification shall be continued. It may 
he found desirable to recognize requalifications by a suitable 
certificate. 



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XX. Range Facilities. 

Early in the coming season full data covering the condition of the 
ranges provided for commands of the militia by the local authorities 
of cities and towns wherein such troops are stationed will be collected 
by the department, as a basis for subsequent action. A gradual 
improvement in this respect has been noted, but there still remain 
instances either of apathy or of absolute disregard of the statutes 
which require attention. Section 90, chapter 367, Acts of 1893, 
explicitly directs that " The mayor and aldermen of cities and 
selectmen of towns shall provide . . . suitable grounds or places 
for the parade, drill and target practice of the militia belonging to 
their respective cities and towns;" or, "failing to comply with 
the provisions of this section shall forfeit to the use of the Com- 
monwealth a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars, to be recov- 
ered on the complaint of the attorney general in any court of 
competent jurisdiction." Since it is the duty of this department 
to require the enforcement of this statute, it will not hesitate to 
lodge information with the Attorney General in cases where its 
provisions may be disregarded. 

The necessity for a safe and commodious State general range, 
so insistently urged by the successive chiefs of this department, 
yearly becomes more pressing. The elementary training of troops 
may be conducted satisfactorily at local ranges, but at present 
there exists no range within the limits of the Commonwealth on 
which the practical application of the principles thus taught may 
safely be attempted. If a suitable tract of rough country within 
easy marching distance of the State reservation at Framingham 
can be obtained, it should be acquired (by preference on long-term 
lease) for the training of troops during the period of the annual 
encampments in battle firing at silhouette targets, over broken 
ground and at unknown distances. The rental for such a tract 
should be inconsiderable, since its use would be required for but 
few days in the year, and its employment for a firing ground would 
not injure it for purposes of pasturage. Since no grading, mark- 
ers' pits or bulkheads need be considered, the outlay for the equip- 
ment of the proposed firing ground would be comparatively small. 

XXI. Small Arms. 

During the present year the infantry, heavy artillery and Naval 
Brigade have been rearmed with the latest model of the Springfield 
rifle, B.L., calibre .45, with Buffington rear sight and rod bayonet. 
These arms, the best at present obtainable from the ordnance depart- 



72 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

ment, are in excellent condition. The First Cavalry is armed with 
an early model of the Springfield carbine, B.L., calibre .45, with 
the crude " buckhorn " rear sight. Both troops of this command 
are heavily handicapped in their range work by the condition of 
their arms, and it is recommended that immediate attention be given 
by the proper department of the general staff to the relief of this 
hardship. Troop F, unattached cavalry, is armed with a late model 
of the above carbine, with Buffington rear sight. Its arms are in 
serviceable condition. The commissioned officers of the militia, 
with rare exceptions, are armed with the service .38 calibre Colt's 
revolver. 

While it unfortunately is true that the rifle and carbine in issue 
iu this State are of an obsolete type, this fact yet furnishes no 
justification for neglect of target practice. The principles of shoot- 
ing remain the same, whatever the type of weapon employed. The 
trained marksman is in a position readily to adapt himself to the 
use of any firearm. It is to be hoped, however, that there may be 
no delay in securing legislation enabling this State to draw for its 
troops the Krag-Jorgenson rifle and carbine, calibre .30. The con- 
tention that this arm is unsuited for issue to militia cannot be main- 
tained in the face of the conditions existing in Massachusetts. It 
is submitted that this State has but little to learn from the regular 
establishment in the use of small-arms ; no more capable and intelli- 
gent men are to be found in any service than those in its ranks. 

With all due regard to constitutional theories, it still remains the 
fact-, as amply demonstrated in our latest war, that the militia of 
Massachusetts constitutes a very real reserve for the regular army 
of the United States. The mere change of designation involved 
in its muster into the volunteer service cannot alter its characteris- 
tics. If it is to become the effective reserve which its officers desire 
it to be, it should be armed and equipped in every respect like the 
regular establishment. Massachusetts has a right to demand a 
reform in the vicious system which, at Santiago, sent its splendid 
Second Infantry into the firing line with black powder and obsolete 
rifles. The Commonwealth spares neither time, money nor effort 
in the training of its troops ; it is an insult to its loyalty to require 
them to retain arms which would be rejected by the ordnance offi- 
cers of a South American republic. 

XXII. Range Accident-. 
The department is much gratified at being able to report that no 
casualties due to neglect or carelessness at the range have been 
brought to its attention during the present season. This is the 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 73 

more satisfactory because of the heavy percentage of recruits 
whose instruction has been necessary. 

The orders for the coming year will require all firing details to 
be under immediate command of a commissioned or non-commis- 
sioned officer, who will be held to rigid accountability for any 
casualties occurring during the period of his tour. Carelessness 
in the use of arms will not be tolerated by the department. Any 
accidents due to this cause will be thoroughly investigated, and 
proper action will be taken in the cases of those responsible. 

XXIII. Appropriations. 

Owing to the fact that range practice did not commence until 
late in the year, whereby the number of qualifications and requali- 
fications was reduced, as well as to the further fact that no pay 
was drawn from the fund of the department for the officers and 
men on duty at the annual corps competitions, an unexpended 
balance of about $4,000 from the appropriation for the range work 
of the year reverts to the State treasury. 

For the work of this department during the season of 1900 an 
allotment of $20,000 from the annual military appropriation will 
be required. This is conditional on the continuance of the custom 
which in the past has required the pay and transportation of offi- 
cers and men performing ordered duty at competitions to be 
defrayed from the fund of the department. Should these items 
be paid from the amounts specifically set aside by the Legislature 
for " compensation of officers and men of the volunteer militia," 
and for " transportation of officers and men of the volunteer militia 
when on military duty," the customary appropriation of $15,000 
should be sufficient, with careful management, to cover the opera- 
tions of the department during the coming season. The successive 
chiefs of the department have held that the items for pay and 
transportation were not properly chargeable against the allotment 
for rifle practice ; in this opinion the present chief concurs. If 
the appropriation for the coming year remains fixed at $15,000, 
and if from this amount the payment of the above noted items is 
expected, the department, though much against its inclinations, 
must abandon the customary corps competitions for company 
teams. 

In this connection attention is called to the fact that the aggre- 
gate appropriation for 1899 directly chargeable to the expenses of 
the volunteer militia was $318,700, of which amount $15,000, or 
only 4.7 per cent., was placed at the disposal of this department 
for its work. Without further argument, it is submitted that the 



74 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

importance of this branch of military training entitles it to a higher 
percentage of the bounty of the Commonwealth. In this couvic- 
tion the department is supported by the commanding officers of the 
militia, whose efforts to increase the service efficiency of their com- 
mands are unduly hampered by this ill-advised economy. 

XXIV. Scope of the Department. 
With the rearming of the field batteries with breech-loading guns 
of modern type, and with the probability that practice with service 
charges may be obtained both by them and by the heavy batteries 
of the State force during the coming season, it is recommended 
that there be added to the present duties of this department the 
inspection of field and coast artillery practice. This recommenda- 
tion is based on the importance of inaugurating a systematic method, 
under the control of a central authority, for artillery firing, as well 
as on the necessity for a proper compilation and preservation of the 
records of such practice. 

XXV. Records and Statistics. 
Attention is called to the appendix to this report, containing the 
records and statistics of the work of the department during the year 
now closing. Commanding officers and inspectors of rifle practice 
will find the study of these records invaluable as an aid in planning 
the work for the coming year in their respective commands. Men- 
tion is made, in this connection, of the services of Sergt. George 
R. Russell, N. C. S., First Heavy Artillery, who for the past six 
years has been charged with the compilation of the annual statistics 
of the department. 

Very respectfully, 

JAMES A. FRYE, 

Colonel, Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 



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75 



KECORD OP MARKSMEN, M. V. M., 1899. 



CLASSIFICATIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS. 

Distinguished Marksman Class (D. M.). 

Distinguished marksmen are sharpshooters of record (1) who have been 
authorized to represent the State in rifle competitions, or (2) who 
may be mentioned in orders as the " first fifteen" of foot troops or 
the "first two" of mounted troops in a State general competition, 
or (3) who have won an individual trophy in a State match. 

Sharpshooters Class (S. S.). 

2 scores of 22 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 
2 " of 23 " " 25, at 500 " 

2 " of 21 " " 25, at 600 " 

First Class Marksman Class (1st Class). 

2 scores of 21 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 
2 " of 21 " " 25, at 500 " 

Second Class Marksman Class (2d Class). 

2 scores of 18 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 

Third Class Marksman Class (3d Class). 

2 scores of 15 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 

In the case of a marksman requalifying in a lower class than that previously 
attained, the scores are recorded as actually made. 

Names appearing without records in the column headed "Range Work, 1899," 
are those of marksmen who have failed to requalify in any class during the year. 

The column headed " Service in U. S. Volunteers " has reference to the late war 
with Spain. The department has no records covering service in the civil war. 



COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND STAFF. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Colonel, 
i« 

«« 

«< 

Brig. General, 

Colonel, 
<< 

Brig. General, 
« it 

(< t< 

Colonel, 



James A. Frye, 
Gordon Dexter, 
Richard H. Morgan, 
Roger Morgan, 
Francis H. Appleton 
Richard D. Sears, 
Fred. T. Wellington 
Robert A. Blood, 
James L. Carter, 
Rockwood Hoar, 
J. Payson Bradley, 
Harry L. Converse, 
George R. Jewett, 
Frank L. Locke, 
Edward B. Robins, 
William D. Sohier, 
James T. Soutter, 
Frauk B. Stevens, 



1st Heavy Art. 



D. ] 


M., 


S. S., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



44, 47, 45 



21,17 



1 distinguished marksman, 3 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 11 second class 
marksmen, 4 unqualified members. Total, 22. 



76 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIRST BRIGADE. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


Otis H. Marion, 


Staff, 6th Regt. 


s. s., 


21,20 


Captain, 


James G. White, 


- 


s. s., 


21, 18 


Major, 


Wm. H. Brigham, . 


- 


2d Class, 


20, 19 


Brig. General, . 


Thomas R. Mathews. 


_ 


1st Class, 


- 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


Walter C. Hagar, . 


_ 


s. s, 


_ 


Major, 


Frank S. Richardson, 


_ 


s. S., 


_ 


Captain, 


Henry S. Dewey, 


- 


1st Class, 


- 


ii 


Charles Kennv, 


- 


2d do. 


_ 


Sergeant Major, 


David H. Coolidge, Jr., . 


- 


3d do. 


_ 


Color Sergeant, . 


Henry M. Clarke, Jr., 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


H. H. Green, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Captain, 


George E. Lovett, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 



4 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 3 second class marksmen, 3 third class 
marksmen, 8 unqualified members. Total, 20. 



FIELD AND STAFF, SECOND BRIGADE. 



Major, 


Robert Ball Edes, . 




D. M., 


47, 47, 44 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


Geo H. Benyon, 


— 


D. M., 


22,22 

Carbine Scores. 


Hosp. Steward, . 


Albert L. Wyman, . 


- 


S. S., 


42, 44, 38 


Brig. General, . 


W. A. Bancroft, 


2d Brig., 2d 
Div., 7 th 
Corps. 


s. s., 




Lieut. Colonel, . 


W H. Devine, . 


9th Regiment, 


2d Class, 


- 


Major, 


W. H. Goff, 


- 


1st do. 


- 


Captain, 


A. N. Rantoul. 


- 


s. s.. 


- 


ii 


F. EL Parker, . 


5th Mass., M, 


3d Class, 


- 






2d Brig., 2d 
Div., A.D.C , 
7th Corps. 






<i 


F. R. Bangs, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


i< 


Fred. P. Barnes, 


- 


1st do. 


- 


ti 


Hugh Bancroft, 


5th Mass., 


S. S., 


- 


•I 


Lester Leland, . 


5th Mass., 2d 
Brig., 2d Div., 
A.D.C, 7th 
Corps. 


3d Class, 




Sergeant Major, 


E. A. Muller, . 


_ 


2d do. 


- 


Prov. Sergeant, . 


Geo. H. Doty, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Chief Bugler, 


Mace Gay, 


™ 


2d do. 


— 



2 distinguished marksmen, 4 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 5 second class 
marksmen, 2 third class marksmen, 3 unqualified members. Total, 18. 



FIRST REGIMENT HEAVY ARTILLERY, FIELD AND 


STAFF. 


r Sergeant, . 


Horace A. Conn, 


_ 


D. M , 


46, 49, 45 


:jor, 


William D. Huddleson, 


1st, 


D. M , 


50, 48, 43 


Major, 


Charles P. Nutter, . 


1st, 


D. M., 


46, 50, 46 


Lieutenant, 


John B. Paine, . 


1st, 


D. M , 


24, 22 


P. M. Sergeant, 


George R. Russell, . 


1st, 


1). M., 


46, 47, 43 


Color Sergeant, . 


Axel T. Tomson, 


Ut, 


D. M., 


47, 49, 49 


Lieutenant, 


Charles EL Lake, 


- 


S. S., 


20, 20 


M 


John M. Portal, 


1 


8.8., 


45, 46, 45 



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FIRST REGIMENT HEAVY ARTILLERY, FIELD AND STAFF - 

Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Major, 

Lieut. Colonel, . 

Major, 

Lieutenant, 
«« 

Drum Major, 

Major, 

Q. M. Sergeant, . 


Perlie A. Dyar, 
C. B. Woodman, 
Howard S. Dearing, 
John S. Keenan, 
Horace B. Parker, . 
James F. Clark, 
George F. Quinby, . 
Louis F. Gates, 


1st, 
1st, 
1st, 
1st, 
1st, 
1st, 
1st, 
Naval Brigade, 


S. s., 
1st Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
S. S., 
2d Class, 


16,17 
17,19 



6 distinguished marksmen, 4 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 6 second class 
marksmen, 6 unqualified members. Total, 23. 



BATTERY A. 



Private, 

Captain, . 

Lieutenant, 
<< 

Sergeant, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 
(i 

Corporal, 
u 

«i 

«< 

Private, 



Corporal, 
Musician, 
Private, 



Edward J. Cowling, 
Arthur R. Schulze, . 
E. Dwight Fullerton, 
Sumner Paine, . 
James H. Smyth, 
George P. Field, 
Bernhard Block, 
John D. R. McLeod, 
Samuel Stickney, 
George M. Dunbar, . 
George H. Russell, . 
Michael J. Long, 
Benjamin B. Osthues, 
Olin D. Dickerman, . 
Harry J. Kane, 
Charles W. Cutter, . 
Eugene H. Douglass, 
Frank J. Goodwin, . 
Thomas J. Healy, . 
George A. Morison, . 
Charles E. Sanders,. 
Norman R. Talcott, . 
Charles H. Keene, . 
James F. Marter, 
Milton L. Bernstein, 
George P. Brophy, . 
Frederick A. Bohm, 
Francis J. Dermody, 
Edward J. Gilbert, . 
John Hogan, . 
Daniel J. Hurley, . 
Henry A. Johnquest, 
Reginald S. James, . 
Walter S. Kelly, 
Kenneth McDonald, 
Ernest G. Nelson, . 
Frank S. Oliver, 
Sidnev B. Snow, 
Harold K. Wead, . 
John G. Weld, . 
William S. Mitchell, 



1st, C, 

1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 



1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 



1st, A, 
1st, A, 
1st, A, 



1st, A, 
1st, A, 

1st, A, 



1st H. A., 



d. : 


M., 


d. : 


M-, 


8.S 


>•» 


s. s 


>■> 


S. s 


»f 


S. S., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



49, 50, 43 

48, 50, 48 
45, 47, 46 

49, 50, 47 
49, 46, 46 
44, 46, 43 
47, 46, 44 

44,42 
43,47 
43,21 
42,43 
21, 22 
20,19 
18, 18 
22,19 
19,18 
19,20 
19,20 
18,18 
20,21 
18,18 
20,19 
16, 16 
16, 16 
15,17 
16,16 
16, 16 
16,16 
18,16 
16, 15 
16,16 

15, 15 

16, 16 

15, 16 

16, 16 
15,16 
15, 18 
15, 18 
19,16 
15, 16 



2 distinguished marksmen, 6 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 10 second class 
marksmen, 19 third class marksmen, 13 unqualified members. Total, 54. 



78 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



BATTERY B. 



Rank. 


Namk. 


Service In U. 8. 
Volunteers. 

Kegt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


Thomas Anderton, . 


lst.B, 


D. M., 


50, 50. 50 


u 


Herbert L. Smith, . 


1st, B, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 44 


Captain, 


Walter E. Lombard, 


1st, B, 


S. S., 


47, 49, 47 


Lieutenant, 


John E. Day, . 


1st, B, 


S. S., 


44, 46, 43 


ii 


Marshall Underwood, 


1st, B, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 47 


Sergeant, . 


Allen J. Litchfield, . 


1st, B, 


s. s., 


49, 49, 46 


ii 


William Montgomery, 


1st, B, 


s. s., 


48, 46, 46 


ii 


George W. Cole, 


1st, B, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 46 


Corporal, . 


Silas Darling, . 


1st, B, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 47 


ii 


William H. Goddard, . 


1st, B, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 46 


Private, 


Frank R. Blake, 


- 


s. s., 


47, 47, 46 


it 


Manlie G. Gilmore, . 


- 


s. s., 


46, 46, 45 


ii 


Paul G. Harting, 


- 


s. s., 


21,21 


Sergeant, . 


Andrew R. Newton, 


1st, B, 


1st Class, 


44 


45 


Corporal, . 


Edwin A. Threasher, 


1st, B, 


1st do. 


42 


45 


Sergeant, . 


Herbert E. Lombard, 


1st, B, 


2d do. 


21 


21 


Corporal, . 


Herbert B. Coles, 


1st, B, 


2d do. 


18 


22 


Bugler, 


Fritz A. Rhorbacker 


1st, B, 


2d do. 


18 


19 


Private, 


Simeon S. Backus, . 


1st, B, 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


Joseph C. Brown, 


1st, B, 


2d do. 


16 


18 


ii 


William J. Caldwell, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


ii 


Robert Campbell, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


ii 


James A. Craigie, . 


lst,B, 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


Ralph W. E. Hanna, 


- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


ii 


Edward H. Jackson, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


M 


Albert V. Jones, 


- 


2d do. 


16 


19 


<i 


Edward R. Morse, . 


- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


George G. Parsons, . 


- 


2d do. 


20 


21 


<i 


Charles W. Tukey, 3d, . 


1st, B, 


2d do. 


19 


20 


Corporal, . 


Ernest M. Young, . 


- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


Private, 


William L. Ashness, 


- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii 


Milan C. Bull, . 


_ 


3d do. 


16 


18 


ii 


Arthur H. Bunnell, . 


12th Penn., 


3d do. 


16 


18 


ii 


Horace A. Colby, . 


- 


3d do. 


17 


19 


ii 


George A. Copithorne, 


- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


<i 


Warren F. Davis, . 


- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii 


William B. Fowler, . 


_ 


3d do. 


15 


18 


<i 


Freeman G. Hardy, . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


ii 

• • 


Walter E. Higgins, . 


1st, B, 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii 


Guy R. Hilliard, 


- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


ii 


Frank H. Jelli6on, . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


ii 


William J. Leyland, 


- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


11 


Carl W. Lander, 


- 


3d do. 


16 


17 


ii 


William E. Maier, . 


- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


ii 


Lyall Ogilvy, . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


19 


ii 


Everett C. Priest, 


- 


3d do. 


17 


19 


«i 


Benjamin B. Shedd, 


- 


3d do. 


17 


17 


<i 


Frank W. Shephard, 


- 


3d do. 


16 


17 


ii 


Fred R. Stetson, 


- 


3d do. 


17 


18 


<i 


Albert H. Turner, . 


_ 


3d do. 


16 


18 


ii 


Joseph H. Wilson, . 


- 


3d do. 


15 


18 


Corporal, . 


George M Jackson, . 


1st, B, 


s. S., 


- 


Private, 


Cecil B. Cooper, 


™ 


1st Class, 


~ 



2 distinguished marksmen, 12 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 14 second 
class marksmen, 22 third class marksmen, 8 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



BATTERY C. 



Corporal, . 

Private, 

Captain, 



Willard M. Foster, . 
John W. Blake, 
Charles F. Nostrom, 



1st, C, 




45, 48, 47 

48, 50, 44 

18, 19 



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BATTERY C — Concluded. 



Kane. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Sergeant, . 


Walter E. Oakes, . 


1st, C, 


S. S., 


21,21 


<< 


C. Warren Leach, . 


1st, C, 


S. S., 


45, 48, 43 


Corporal, . 


Charles A Dawson, 


1st, C, 


s. s., 


46, 50, 45 


Private, 


Charles F. Lewis, . 


1st, C, 


8.S., 


15,15 


Sergeant, . 


Ralph B. Eastman, . 


1st, C, 


2d Class, 


16,17 


Corporal, . 


William H. Hanley, 


1st, C, 


2d do. 


21,22 


<« 


Charles E. Shattuck, 


1st, C, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


*t 


Percy Stevens, . 


1st, C, 


2d do. 


21, 22 


Private, 


Gordon A. Cain, 


1st, C, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


Harry C. Leavitt, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


George W. Lovejoy, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Ernest Martikke, 


1st, C, 


2d do. 


20,21 


<t 


Charles P. McGregor, 


- 


2d do. 


20,21 


«i 


William H. Shiner, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


Andrew R. Risen, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,18 


Corporal, . 


Frederick L. Booth, . 


1st, C, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Private, 


G. Morgan King, 


- 


3d do. 


16,19 


<« 


William J. Kopp, . 


- 


3d do. 


16,17 


it 


Ralph A. Renwick, . 


- 


3d do. 


15,16 


«*s 


Fred J. Sauer, . 


- 


3d do. 


15,17 


<< 


Louis V. Spencer, . 


- 


3d do. 


17,18 


t< 


Whitman G. Stickney, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(< 


John D. R. Woodworth, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


Lieutenant, 


Arthur E. Hall, 


- 


1st do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Henry Ires, 


1st, C, 


1st do. 


- 


a 


Geo. M. Wilkinson, . 


1st, C, 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


Clarence E. Harmon, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


«i 


Louis C. de Frondat, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


n 


Herbert H. Smith, . 


1st, C, 


2d do. 


- 


it 


John W. Wilkinson, 


— 


2d do. 


~ 



2 distinguished marksmen, 5 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 15 second class 
marksmen, 9 third class marksmen, 18 unqualified members. Total, 51. 



BATTERY D. 



Sergeant, 
Captain, 
Sergeant, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

Lieutenant 

Corporal, 

Private, 
«« 

Corporal, 



David H. Fogg, 
Joseph H. Frothingham, 
Fred. A. Estes, 
William B. Handy, . 
Frederick V. W. F. Hatt 
Abbot C. Josselyn, . 
George H. Mauks, . 
William H. Peyton, . 
Frederick Spencerly, 
Albert Breen, . 
Louis D. Choate, 
Charles E. Donahue, 
Walter F. Dove, 
Bertrand W. Krogman, 
John Owen, 
Albert E. Peyton, . 
Joseph T. Ridgeway, 
Charles H. Stockenur, 
Maurice Apps, . 
William J. McCullough, 
Duncan S. Blaikie, . 
Norman P. Cormack, 
Arthur F. Davis, 
Herbert L. Hatch, . 
David J. Lindsay, . 
Harry C. Perry, 



1st, D, 


1st Class, 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


_ 


2d 


do. 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


U.S. S.Prairie, 


2d 


do. 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


- 


3d 


do. 


1st, D, 


3d 


do. 


_ 


3d 


do. 


- 


3d 


do. 


- 


3d 


do. 


- 


3d 


do. 


5th, H, 


3d 


do. 


1st, D, 


3d 


do. 


1st, D, 


S. S., 


- 


1st Class, 


1st, D, 


1st 


do. 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


- 


2d 


do. 


1st, D, 


2d 


do. 


_ 


2d 


do. 


— 


2d 


do. 



15,16 
16, 19 

18, 18 
18,19 

19, 16 

20, 18 
18, 19 
18, 18 
19,22 
16,15 
17,18 
16,17 
15, 15 

15, 16 

16, 16 
17,15 
15,17 



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BATTERY D — Concluded. 



Hank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Private, . 


George Robertson, 


. 1st, D, 


2d Class, 


_ 


M 


Frank H. Alexande 


r, . . 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Halburten Dobbins, 


. 1st, D, 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 


Ralph N. Butterwor 


th, . 


3d do. 


- 


M 


George F. Clark, 


. 1st, D, 


3d do. 


- 


M 


Daniel G Finnerty, 


Jr , . 1st, D, 


3d do. 




Corporal, . 


Charles F. Hill, 


. 1st, D, 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 


James F. Hurley, 


. 1st, A, 


3d do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


Frederick H. Martei 


is, . 1st, D, 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 


John Martens, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


Frank L. Metcalf, 


. 1st, D, 


3d do. 


- 


it 


Edward L. McCona 


?hy, • 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


George E. Otis, 


. 1st, D, 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


George W. Hetherii 


lgton, 1st, C, 


3d do. 


- 


1 sharpshooter, 


3 first class marksme 


n, 15 second class marksmen, 21 third class 


marksmen, 18 nn 


qualified members. ' 


rotal, 58. 






BATTERY E. 


Captain, 


Joseph L. Gibbs, 


i 
. 1st, E, 


D. M., 


i 
48, 50, 43 


Sergeant, . 


E. L. Soule, . 


. 1st, E, 


D. M., 


46, 49, 43 


Corporal, . 


James Aiken, . 


. i 1st, E, 


S. S., 


45, 46, 43 


Sergeant, : 


E. H. Burt, 


. 1st, E, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


Lientenant, 


C. H. Fuller, . 


. 1st, E, 


s. s., 


46, 46, 43 


Private, 


H. C. Ellis, . 


. 1st, E, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 42 


ii 


F. M. Jones, . 


- 


s. s., 


45, 46, 44 


ii 


J. A. Lafferty, . 


. 1st, E, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Bugler, 


D. J. Price, 


. 1st, E, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 43 


Sergeant, . 


J. C. Spooner, . 


. 1st, E, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Lieutenant, 


H. C. Wing, . 


. 1st, E, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 42 


Corporal, . 


William G. Wood, 


. 1st, E, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 42 


Private, 


N. Desgardines, 


. 


1st Class, 


48,42 


Sergeant, . 


J. C. DeWolf, . 


. 1st, E, 


1st do. 


44,43 


Private, 


J. J. Miller, . 


- 


1st do. 


44,46 


<< 


A. J. Aiken, 


. 1st, E, 


2d do. 


18,23 


Corporal, . 


F L. Aurelio, . 


. 1st, E, 


2d do. 


22,23 


Private, 


William J. Barker, 


. 


2d do. 


20,22 


ii 


T. Almy Chase, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 21 


ii 


J. F. Crapo, 


. 1st, E, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


T. Cummings, Jr., 


- 


2d do. 


18,18 


ii 


A. Desgardines, 


. 


2d do. 


19,22 


ii 


F. M. Dugan, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


L. Gillick, 


. 


2d do. 


18,19 


ii 


J. G. Hellyer, . 


_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


T. Kelley, Jr., . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant, . 


A. F. Merchant, 


. 1st, E, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, . 


W. H. Merchant, Jr. 


, . 1st, E, 


2d do. 


18,21 


Private, 


J. W. Moore, . 


. 


2d do. 


22,23 


it 


J. Nelson, Jr., . 


. 


2d do. 


19,20 


•i 


C. H. Norton, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,21 


«i 


G. Savoy, . 


. 


2d do. 


21,22 


ii 


J. J. Shiels, 


. 1st, E, 


2d do. 


21,22 


ii 


A. J. Zebone, . 


. 


2d do. 


19,21 


ii 


J. W. Spencer, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


E. Barneby, 


. 1st, E, 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<i 


S. T. Clyner, . 


, 


3d do. 


15, 18 


ii 


F. G. Coonyer, 


. 


3d do. 


16, 17 


ii 


P. J. Downey, . 


. 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


William Farrell, 


• 


3d do. 


16, 16 



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81 







BATTERY 


E — Concluded. 






Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 
it 

<< 

<« 

<« 

<« 

(< 

<« 

(< 


• 


P. M. Haughey, 
M. Joseph, 
W. B. Nelson, . 
F. Perry, . 
J. B. Perry, 
W. F. Robertson, 

E. L. Snell, 

F. H. Vincent, . 
William "Whitehead, 




I 


3d Class, 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 


15, 15 
17,21 
17,17 

16, 18 
15,16 
16, 18 
16,16 
16,17 
15,17 



2 distinguished marksmen, 10 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 20 second 
class marksmen, 14 third class marksmen. Total, 49. 



BATTERY F. 



Captain, 


N. 0. Danforth, 


1st, F, 


1st Class, 


18,17 


Private, 


D. A. McKinnon, 




- 


1st 


do. 


18,18 


Sergeant, . 


S. P. Totten, . 




1st, F, 


1st 


do. 


19,23 


<< 


J. "W. Brown, . 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


22,24 


Lieutenant, 


A. K. Crowell, . 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


A. L. Dean, 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


«< 


J. A. Devereaux, 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


17,17 


Private, 


L. D. Kent, 




- 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


Corporal, . 


E. H. Shaw, . 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


15,15 


Private, 


W. E. Story, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


21,20 


<< 


J. A. Welch, . 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


22, 21 


«« 


F. Carr, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


ti 


C. G. Hathaway, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


<< 


M. J. McNamara, 




- 


3d 


do. 


18,17 


<< 


C. I. Smith, . 




1st, F, 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


Sergeant, . 


F. A. D. Bullard, 




1st, F, 


1st 


do. 


- 


Private, 


W. A. Cobbett, 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


- 


<« 


E. A. Court, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


F. O. Dean, 




1st, F, 


1st 


do. 


- 


Private, 


G. F. Eaton, . 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


- 


«< 


L. A. Hutchins, 




- 


2d 


do. 


- 


<< 


E. H. King, . 




1st, F, 


3d 


do. 


- 


(< 


B. L. Lovell, . 




1st, F, 


3d 


do. 


- 


(< 


A. W. Millerd, 




- 


3d 


do. 


- 


Bugler, 


P. Pierce, . 




1st, F, 


3d 


do. 


- 


Lieutenant, 


F. H. Phillips, . 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


W. N. Potter, . 




1st, F, 


3d 


do. 


- 


Private, 


C H. Seekell, . 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


- 


i< 


W. D. Thacher, 




1st, F, 


2d 


do. 


— 



5 first class marksmen, 14 second class marksmen, 10 third class marksmen, 26 
unqualified members. Total, 55. 



BATTERY G. 



Sergeant, . 


Arthur P. Fiske, 


1st Mass., G, 


S. S., 


46, 45, 46 


ti 


John J. Keefe, . 


1st, G, 


1st Class, 


42,42 


Private, 


James M. Murphy, . 


_ 


1st do. 


42,43 


Lieutenant, 


Frank S. Wilson, . 


1st, G, 


2d do. 


19,19 


Sergeant, . 


Charles V. Cullen, . 


1st, G, 


2d do. 


21,20 


«« 


Charles F. Morrill, . 


1st, G, 


2d do. 


18, 18 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



BATTERY G — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in V. S. 
Volunteers. 

Kegt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Corporal, . 


Howard L. Merry, . 


1st, G, 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


14 


Fred A. Sauer, . 


1st, G, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(1 

• 


Benjamin F. Williams, . 


1st, G, 


2d do. 


21, 18 


Private, 


Fred. J. Adams, 


1st, G, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<« 


Herbert II. Ilolman, 


5th Mass., 


2d do. 


19, 18 


it 


Alfred F. Moulton, . 


2d Maine, K, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<« 


Frank C. Pendoley, 


1st, G, 


2d do. 


18, 18 




Charles E. Arris, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


tt 


William H. Carey, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


Fred R. Cushing, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Frank E. Gilman, . 


- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


<« 


Clifton M. Haynes, . 


1st, G, 


3d do. 


17, 16 


ii 


Alfred J. Hermanson, 


6th Mass., H, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


John J. Houston, 


1st Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Adelbert J. Myers, . 


Navy, 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<t 


Alvin R. Morgan, . 


- 


3d do. 


19, 15 


ii 


Henry Norton, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


George I. Pettingill, 


- 


3d do. 


17,18 


<( 


Thomas A Scott, 


1st Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


Hosea E. Thaver, . 




3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


Charles A. Willis, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Captain, 


A. B. Chick, . 


1st Mass., G, 


2d do. 


- 


Lieutenant, 


Wm. J. Mudge, 


1st Mass., G, 


S. S. f 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Wm. J. Earle, 


1st Mass., G, 


' s. s., 


- 


Corporal, . 


John J. Pendoley, . 


1st Mass., G, 


2d Class, 


- 


Private, 


Walter C. McEwen, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


William F. Buttery, 


1st Mass., G, 


2d do. 


— 



3 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 14 second class marksmen, 14 third class 
marksmen, 28 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



BATTERY H. 



Captain, 

Sergeant, 

Private, 
ii 

Corporal, 
»i 

Private, 



Lieutenant, 
it 

Sergeant, 
Private, 
Sergeant, 
Corporal, 



Musician, 
Private, 



Walter L. Pratt, 
William G. Newman, 
Edgar G. Farrell, . 
Frank McDonald, . 
Frederick S. Hutchins, 
George C Webber, . 
Charles F. Bearce, . 
Walter I Chadbourne, 
Thomas H. Dolliver, 
Charles F. Durgin, . 
Harry E. Rice, 
William Renfrew, . 
Bertie E. Grant, 
Herbert E. Vowles, . 
Roderick B. Young, 
John E. Brewer, 
Nathan A. Grant, 
Lawrence H. Cutcliffe, 
Frank J. Pierce, 
William Burns, 
Fred D. Bell, . 
Gordon D. W. Brown, 
John Fletcher, . 
Dudley W. Hanson, 
Charles A. Hinckley, 
Peter D. McDonald, 
William II. Parsons, 
Louis G. Roure, 



1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass 


H, 


1st Mass. 


H, 


1st Mass. 


i H, 


1st Mass. 


, H, 


1st Mass. 


, H, 


1st Mass. 


, H, 


5th Mass 


, A, 



s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

S.8., 

1st Class, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
S S., 
S. S., 
S. S., 
8.8.. 
2d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 



48, 46, 46 
45, 47, 47 
44, 46, 47 
47, 48, 46 
43, 45 
45, 43 
45,43 
45, 46 
44,46 
47,44 
42,44 
47,43 
15, 18 
22, 21 
21, 20 
18,18 
18, 18 
18, 19 
19,20 

18, 18 
21, 21 

19, 18 
21,20 
19,21 

21, 21 
20,21 
19, 18 

22, 22 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



83 



BATTERY H - Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Service In U. 8. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Private, 
u 

Sergeant, 
it 

Private, 
ii 

Corporal, 
Private, 



Frederick L. Springford, 
Eugene F. Sullivan, 
Joseph G. H. McGillvray 
Warren L. Meek, 
Lewis H Lee, . 
Ernest E. Turner, . 
James T. Bradley, . 
Fred Bray, 
William Adgate, 
Joseph H. Bird, 
Samuel Cater, Jr., . 
Joseph C. King, 
Clarence A. Pendleton, 
Roland F. Quinby, . 



1st Mass., H, 
1st Mass., H, 
1st Mass., H, 



1st Mass., H, 

1st Mass., H, 
l6t Mass., H, 

1st Mass., H, 
1st Mass., H, 
1st Mass., H, 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 
1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 



20,21 
18, 16 
15, 18 
15,17 
17,18 
17, 18 



8 sharpshooters, 8 first class marksmen, 20 second class marksmen, 6 third class 
marksmen, 19 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



BATTERY I. 



Captain, 


George E. Horton, . 


1st Mass., I, 


S. S., 


21,20 


Corporal, . 


Frederic E. Foye, . 


1st Mass., I, 


s. > 


3., 


44, 46, 46 


ii 


Charles H. Edson, . 


1st Mass., I, 


1st Class, 


42,42 


<( 


Lewis M. Foye, 


1st Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


43,42 


<< 


Horace B. Hammond, 


1st Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


43, 45 


Private, 


William F. Churchill, 


1st Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


43, 43 


Sergeant, . 


William S. Allen, . 


1st Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


42,36 


Private, 


Edward N. Billington, . 


1st Mass., 1, 


1st 


do. 


43,33 


ii 


Eben I. Morse, 


- 


1st 


do. 


18, 19 


Lieutenant, 


Wellington H. Nilsson, . 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20, 22 


i< 


Charles A. Williamson, . 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 21 


Sergeant, . 


Samuel B. Sampson, 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


i i 


George B. Burgess, . 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20,23 


«< 


George A. Varney, . 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, . 


Clarence H. Johnson, 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<( 


Charles A. Gould, . 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Bugler, 


Frank H Abbott, . 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


Edgar Angevine, 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


ii 


Fred E. Burt, . 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


22, 22 


ii 


Charles C. Brooks, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


ti 


Robert H. McDonald, 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


(< 


Frank A. McDonald, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


«i 


Walter F. Norcross, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Gustave J. Nelson, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Tristam J. Nilsson, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18,21 


ii 


Harry A. Snow, 


1st Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ii 


John N. Thome, 


- 


2d 


do. 


22, 19 


ii 


William A. Warren, 


- 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


«( 


San ford Alger, . 


1st Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


<< 


Martin W. Burt, 


1st Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


ii 


Henry F. Chamberlain, . 


1st Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


(< 


Harry F. Gibbs, 


5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<< 


John A. Hurry, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


ii 


George L. Ide, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


<( 


Wallace W. Jones, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


20, 16 


ii 


Charles Mattson, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


ii 


Charles Moister, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Rudolf Nelson, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 19 


<< 


Augustus S. Reed, . 


1st Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<( 


Oscar E. Swanson, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


Edgar 0. Smith, 


— 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 



84 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



BATTERY I — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 
Sergeant, . 

Private, 

<< 

«« 


Charles F. Woodard, 
Herbert Allen, . 
Samuel \V. Cook, . 
Fred D. Stokes, 
Chester \V. Osborne, 


1st Mass., I, 
1st Mass., I, 
1st Mass., I, 
1st Mass., I, 


3d Class, 
1st do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 


15, 18 



2 sharpshooters, 8 first class marksmen, 21 second class marksmen, 15 third class 
marksmen, 11 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



BATTERY K. 



Musician, 

Sergeant, 
«< 

Corporal, 
Private, 

Sergeant, 
Captain, 
Corporal, 
Private, 



Lieutenant 
Private, 
Sergeant, 
Private, 



Corporal , 
Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 
Private, 



Winfield S. Ripley, Jr., 
Edward Barker, 
Irving J. Davis, 
Edwin G. Mclnnis, . 
Herbert M. Crosby, . 
John K. Ferguson, . 
Elmer A. Graves, . 
Frederic S. Howes, . 
Frank L. Richards, . 
Walter V. Batson, . 
Oscar G. Berry, 
Edward G. Carey, . 
Marlborough Churchill, 
William S. Counce, . 
Frank B. Cundall, . 
Paul B. Dithlefren, . 
Alexis E. Frye, 
Charles A. Jones, 
Horace L. Kenney, . 
Phineas Keith, . 
Charles A. Quinn, . 
Edward W. Raymond, 
Allen L. Sedley, 
Daniel Orcutt, . 
Oscar A. Spear, 
Harvey W. Walker, 
Royal P. Bott, . 
Ferdinand E. Breed, 
William K. Currie, . 
Herbert E. Edmonds, 
Daniel E. Edson, 
Conrad M. Gerlach, . 
Richard G. Green, . 
Fred. J. Hayford, . 
William H. Korb, . 
Arthur J. Macurdy, . 
Albert F. Merrifield, 
Carl Paige, 
Henry A. Pasek, 
Moses Reuben, 
James H. Rodgers, . 
Luther J. Sands, 
Walter D. Shanahan, 
Clifford E. Smith, . 
William D. Smith, . 
Henry E. Stewart, . 
William C Atton, . 
Simon J. Young, 



1st Mass., K, 
1st Mass., K, 
1st Mass., K, 



1st Mass., K, 
1st Mass., K, 
1st Mass., K, 



1st Mass., K, 
1st Mass., K, 



1st Mass., K, 



1st Mass., K, 

1st Mass., K, 
1st Mass., K, 



D. M., 


47, 48, 46 


S. S 


• » 


44, 46, 46 


S. s 


» 


44, 46, 43 


s. s 


■» 


44, 47, 46 


1st Class, 


42,43 


1st 


do. 


42,45 


1st 


do. 


42,45 


1st 


do. 


18,20 


1st 


do. 


43,43 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


2d 


do. 


19,22 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


22,22 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


17,17 


2d 


do. 


20, 22 


2d 


do. 


17, 17 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


3d 


do. 


17, 17 


3d 


do. 


15,20 


3d 


do. 


17,18 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


2d 


do. 


- 


2d 


do. 


- 



1 distinguished marksman, 3 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 19 second class 
marksmen, 20 third class marksmen, 9 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



85 



BATTERY L. 



Bank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Lieutenant, 


William R. Graves, . 


1st Mass., L, 


S. S., 


20,19 


Sergeant, . 


Clifford L. Harris, . 


1st Mass., L, 


2d Class, 


19 


18 


ii 


Thomas 0. Pare, 


1st Mass., L, 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


Corporal, . 


Joseph B. Meader, . 


1st Mass., L, 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


ii 


John G. Jansson, 


1st Mass., L, 


2d 


do. 


20 


18 


Musician, . 


Wilfred H. Porter, . 


f 1st Mass., L, 
} 8th Mass., M, 


J2d 
2d 


do. 


18 


19 


Private, 


Frank H. Brown, 


do. 


20 


18 


«( 


Charles H. Babb, . 


1st Mass., L, 


2d 


do. 


19 


20 


ii 


Harry M. Frank, 


1st Mass., L, 


2d 


do. 


20 


19 


«< 


Zenas W. Gould, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


«( 


Herbert R. Gott, 


- 


2d 


do. 


21 


18 


t< 


Franklin L. Slade, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


20 


19 


Corporal, . 


Arthur G. Hill, 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


ii 


Harry L. Reynolds, . 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


18 


16 


Lieutenant, 


Roger Wolcott, Jr., . 


1st Mass., A, 


3d 


do. 


17 


16 


Private, 


Herbert N. Ball, 


- 


3d 


do. 


17 


15 


«< 


Thomas W. Billcliff, 


- 


3d 


do. 


17 


,17 


ii 


Franklin E. Davis, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


«< 


Maurice A. Frank, . 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


ii 


George W. Holmes, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


it 


Ralph W. Mitchell, . 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


16 


,15 


(« 


Edgar H. Needham, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


, 15 


<( 


William A. Osborne, 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


16 


, 15 


ii 


Ernest R. Swartout, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16 


, 16 


<< 


Jarvis A. Wells, 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


16 


19 


Lance Corporal, . 


Frank M. Fitzwilliam, . 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


15 


, 15 


Captain, 


Frederick M. Whiting, . 


1st Mass., L, 


2d 


do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Alton L. French, 


1st Mass., L, 


1st 


do. 


- 


ii 


Louis Naumann, 


1st Mass., L, 


2d 


do. 


- 


ii 


William B. Hill, 


1st Mass., L, 


2d 


do. 


- 


Private, 


Walter F. Ellsworth, 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


- 


<« 


Walter A. Henius, . 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


Harry A. Warner, . 


1st Mass , L, 


3d 


do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


John E. Anderson, . 


1st Mass., L, 


3d 


do. 


~ 



1 sharpshooter, 1 first class marksman, 14 second class marksmen, 18 third class 
marksmen, 23 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



BATTERY M. 



Captain, 
Lieutenant, 


• 


ii 


. 


Sergeant, 
ii 


• 


U 




Corporal, 
<« 


• 


«< 




Private, 




<< 




<< 




«i 




ii 




Sergeant, 
ii 


• 


Private, 




ii 




<« 




ii 




<< 


- 



David Fuller, . 
Fred. W. Harrison, . 
William J. Meek, . 
Joseph H. M. Sharpies, 
Paul Harrison, 
Richard Wood, 
Myron O. Eldridge, . 
John Rigby, 
Thomas Murphy, 
James E. Bailey, 
George Bradbury, . 
Thomas Broughton, 
George Marsden, 
John T. Robinson, . 
Edward H. Pilkington, 
James H. Hogan, 
Henry Graham, 
Charles H. Chorlton, 
Thomas J. Chippendale, 
William B. Squires, . 
William J. Woodruff, 



1st Mass., M 
1st Mass., M 



1st Mass., M 
1st Mass., M 
1st Mass., 
1st Mass., 
1st Mass., 
1st Mass., 
1st Mass., 
1st Mass., 
1st Mass., 
1st Mass., M 
1st Mass., M 
1st Mass., M 
1st Mass , M 
1st Mass., M 



1st Mass. 
1st Mass. 



S. S. 
S. S. 
S. S. 
S. S. 
S. S. 
S. s. 
s. s. 
s s. 
s. s. 
s. s 
s. s. 
s. s. 
s. s. 
s. s. 
s. s. 
s.s. 
s. s. 

1st Class, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 



44, 46, 43 
44, 46, 43 

44, 46, 42 

46, 46, 43 

45, 47, 46 
44, 49, 46 
48, 46, 43 

44, 46, 43 

47, 47, 45 

45, 47, 46 
44, 47, 43 
47, 47, 43 
44, 48, 44 
44, 46. 42 

22, 18 
21, 21 
21, 20 
43,43 
46, 42 
47,44 
42,43 



86 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



BATTERY M — Concluded. 



Hank. 


Name. 


Service in V. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


( 'orporal, . 


Elmer P. Davis, 


1st Mass., M, 


1st Class, 


20,21 


it 


Zedekiah Buckley, . 


1st Mass., M, 


2d do. 


21 


21 


> i 


William Waterworth, 


1st Mass , M, 


2d do. 


18 


19 


Private, 


James EL Almond, . 


1st Mass., M, 


2d do. 


19 


20 


(i 


Edward R. Clarkson, 


_ 


2d do. 


21 


19 


«i 


George Dagnall, 


- 


2d do. 


22 


21 


ii 


Fred. Deardon, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


20 


<« 


Fred. A. Delaney, . 


- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


ii 


James Hessian, 


_ 


2d do. 


21 


23 


ii 


Arthur G. Knott, 


8th Mass., C, 


2d do. 


22 


22 


(i 


John J. Lindsay, 


1st Mass., M, 


2d do. 


21 


21 


<( 


John Marland, . 


_ 


2d do. 


18 


19 


ii 


Albert Mercer, . 


- 


2d do. 


20 


20 


<« 


Thomas A. Morrow, 


_ 


2d do. 


20 


21 


«< 


John "W. McGuire, . 


- 


2d do. 


21 


20 


«< 


Charles Norton, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


<« 


Herbert W. Read, . 


_ 


2d do. 


19 


19 


u 


Alvin C. Sanford, 


1st Mass., M, 


2d do. 


21 


22 


a 


Timothy Sullivan, . 


- 


2d do. 


25 


22 


a 


William H. Thomas, 


- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


a 


Thomas T. Adams, . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


15 


a 


John Ashworth, 


- 


3d do. 


17 


18 


a 


John T. Dunnigan, . 


- 


3d do. 


17 


18 


a 


Fred. A. Lambert, . 


- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


n 


Samuel Mercer, 


_ 


3d do. 


17 


17 


n 


John J. Morgan, 


- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


n 


Charles Niles, . 


- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


n 


Robert Townend, 


- 


3d do. 


17 


18 


" 


John Valcourt, . 


_ 


3d do. 


15 


18 


<« 


John Walton, . 


- 


3d do. 


15 


15 


<« 


Theodore Stevens, . 


1st Mass., M, 


S. S., 


- 


ii 


Henry A. Destremps, 


1st Mass., M, 


2d Class, 


~ 



18 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 20 second class marksmen, 10 third class 
marksmen, 3 unqualified members. Total, 56. 



SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY, FIELD AND STAFF. 



Major, 


Frederick G. Southmayd, 


2d Mass., 


D. M., 


21,22 


Colonel, 


Embury P. Clark, . 


2d Mass., 


S. S., 


18, 21 


Sergeant, . 


Samuel E. Smith, . 


2d Mass., 


S. s., 


22, 22 


Orderly, 


James A. Gibbons, . 


2d Mass., 


s. s., 


16,20 


Lieutenant, 


Edward E. Sawtell, . 


2d Mass., 


1st Class, 


21,21 


K 


Archibald C. Edison, 


- 


1st do. 


17, 17 


Q. M. Sergeant, . 


Melvin N. Snow, 


- 


1st do. 


20,21 


Chief Bugler, . 


Ralph E. Mathewson, 


- 


1st do. 


19, 17 


Major, 


Ernest A. Gates, 


2<1 Mass., 


2d do. 


18,18 


Lieutenant, 


Abram C. Williams, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


Albert E. Taylor, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 16 


Color Sergeant, . 


Walter W. Ward, . 


2d Mass., 


2d do. 


17, 15 


Hos. Steward, . 


Ulysses E. Fortier, . 


2d Mass., 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


Edwin R. Shumway, 


2d Mass., 


S. S., 


- 


Major, 


Henry B. Fairbanks, 


2d Mass., 


s. s., 


- 


Sergeant Major, 


Paul J. Norton, 


- 


s. s., 


- 


Lieutenant, 


Paul It. Hawkins, . 


2d Mass., 


1st Class, 


- 


P. M. Sergeant, . 


Charles P. Hitchcock, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Drum Major, 


Dennis J. Callinan, . 


— 


2d do. 


' 



1 distinguished marksman, 6 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 6 second class 
marksmen, 1 third class marksman, 1 unqualified member. Total, 20. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



87 



COMPANY A, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Bank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Captain, 


Edwin G. Barrett, . 


2d Mass., A, 


S. S., 


22,22 


Lieutenant, 


Moses H. Tisdell, . 


2d Mass., A, 


S. S., 


45, 47, 46 


ti 


Frederick H. Liicke, 


- 


S.S., 


43,43 


Sergeant, . 


Walter H. Allison, . 


2d Mass., A, 


S. s., 


23,24 


<< 


Charles A. Poland, . 


2d Mass., A, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 42 


<< 


Elbridge B. Sawyer, 


2d Mass., A, 


1st Class, 


15, 15 


Corporal, . 


Joseph T. Laflamme, 


2d Mass., A, 


S. S., 


45, 47, 45 


ti 


David D. McTaggart, 


- 


S. S., 


44, 46, 46 


if 


Julius H. Lowell, 


2d Mass., A, 


S.S., 


44, 46, 42 


Private, 


George E. Allison, . 


2d Mass., A, 


S.S., 


22, 22 


«« 


Charles F. Lamberton, . 


2d Mass., A, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 42 


ii 


Arthur C. Magee, . 


2d Mass., A, 


S. s., 


22, 20 


<( 


Walter A. Traver, . 


2d Mass., A, 


s. s., 


46, 47, 44 


Sergeant, . 


Edward R. Riedl, . 


2d Mass., A, 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


Ralph C. Green, 


2d Mass., A, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


Leith A. Damarell, . 


- 


2d do. 


21,20 


u 


Frank L. Fairbanks, 


2d Mass., A, 


2d do. 


21, 20 


<< 


John F. Goodwin, . 


- 


2d do. 


22, 18 


«< 


William L. Lowe, 


6th Mass., I, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


William G. Cornwell, 


2d Mass., A, 


3d do. 


17,20 


Private, 


Henry A. Bullard, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


ti 


Thomas B. Bordman, 


- 


3d do. 


16,17 


<« 


Benjamin Cooper, . 


2d Mass., A, 


3d do. 


22, 17 


ii 


Lester B. Edwards, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


David J. Gowans, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


ii 


Wilmot C. Goodwin, 


_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


George Jones, . 


- 


3d do. 


16,17 


ii 


Henry A. McGee, 


- 


3d do. 


20,17 


<< 


Arthur J. Wedge, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


Sergeant, . 


John G. Hagberg, . 


2d Mass., A, 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


Thomas R. Dand, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


Charles A. Barton, . 


2d Mass., A, 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


William A. Hinckley, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


it 


William W. Rice, . 


2d Mass., A, 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


William S. Sherman, 


2d Mass., A, 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


Peter N. White, 


2d Mass., A, 


1st do. 


— 



12 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 12 second class marksmen, 10 third class 
marksmen, 21 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



COMPANY B, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corporal, 
Sergeant, 
Private, 



Corporal, 

Private, 

Corporal, 

Private, 
ii 

Corporal, 
Private, 



Captain, 
Private, 



Fred. R. Daniels, . 
Frank A. Wakefield, 
Peter J. Dolfner, 
Matthew P. Ryan, . 
E. Norman Spencer, 
Harry C. Wakefield, 
JohnBryson, . 
William F. Childs, 
Morris Grinowetz, 
Leroy A. Griffin, 
Michael J. Kelleher, 
Albert L. Perkins, 
Henry P. Roberts, 
Edwin W. Wright, 
William L. Young, 
Harry G. Beecher, 
Costas Belenis, . 
Felix H. Beahn, 



2d Mass., B, 

2d Mass., B, 

2d Mass., B, 
2d Mass., B, 
2d Mass., B, 
2d Mass., B, 

2d Mass., B, 

2d Mass., B, 
2d Mass , B, 
2d Mass., B, 



s. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


s. S., 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



45, 46, 44 
47, 47, 44 
43,43 
44,46 
42, 44 
21, 23 
19, 19 
18, 18 
18,19 
18, 19 

18, 18 

19, 18 
18, 18 
18, 19 
18, 18 
15,17 
17,17 
15, 16 



88 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY B, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 







Service In U. S. 








Hank. 


Namk. 


Volunteers. 


Kecord 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Private, 


Ernest R. Berger, . 




3d Class, 


15, 15 


ti 


William F. Chadbourne, . 


2d Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


<« 


Daniel S. Devine, 


2d Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


15, 18 


Corporal, . 


Robert D. Draper, . 


2d Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


Private, 


Frank L. Edson, 


2d Mass , B, 


3d 


do. 


18,17 


Sergeant, . 


John B. Fulton, 


2d Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


18, 15 


Private, 


Theodore D. House, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


John Lynch, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


it 


John J. McCarthy, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


it 


Daniel J- Moriarty, . 


2d Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


Sergeant, . 


John J. O'Connell, . 


2d Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


15,20 


Private, 


Robert E. Oliver, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


17, 15 


Musician, . 


Albert C. Rosenberg, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


Lieutenant, 


Thomas F. Burke, . 


2d Mass., B, 


1st 


do. 


- 


Private, 


James F. Ferrier, . 


2d Mass., B, 


2d 


do. 


- 


<« 


Henry R. Morrissey, 


- 


3d 


do. 


- 



3 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 10 second class marksmen, 17 third class 
marksmen, 23 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



COMPANY C, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 
Lieutenant, 


• 


Private, 


it 


. 


ii 


. 


Sergeant, . 

Corporal, . 
ii 


• 


Captain, 
Private, 


• 


Corporal, 

Sergeant, . 
ii 


• 


Corporal, 

ii 


• 


Private, 


_ 


Lieutenant, 


. 


Private, 


, 


Corporal, 
Private, 


' 


«< 




ii 


# 


ii 




ii 




ii 


. 


ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 


, 


ii 




ii 




ii 


. 


ii 


• 



W. E. Barton, . 
F. M. Clark, Jr., 
W. G. Dennis, . 
H. J. Greene, . 
H. L. Hastings, 

B. W. Kincaid, 
L. M. McCullum, 
A. F. Rebboli, . 
P. L. Rider, . 
L. W. Russell, . 

F. A. Springer, 

G. W. Stebbins, 
William Stevenson, 
J. C. Stevenson, 

C. A. Vaughn, Jr., 
G. F. Warren, . 
H. H. Warren, 

J. P. Weixler, . 
C. H. Knibbs, . 
M. A. Looniis, . 
A. G. Beierdorf, 
W. W. Cheney, 
R N. Cundall, 
W. E. Dockham, 
H. F. Estabrook, 

F. G. Estabrook, 

G. S. Farrow, . 
Roland Johnson, 
E. J. Martin, 
H. U. Moore, 
O. J. Newton, 

E. F. Nichols, 

F. S. Owen, 
A. J. Pemberton, 

E. J. Power, 
W. D. Rowe, 
R. D. Roberts, 

F. J. Tucker, 
F. W. Turner, 
E. D. Waite, 



2d Mass., C, 

2d Mass., C, 
2d Mass., C, 

2d Mass., C, 



2d Mass., C, 

2d Mass., C, 
2d Mass., C, 
2d Mass , C, 
2d Mass., C, 

7th U. S. Inf., 



2d Mass., C, 
2d Mass., C, 
2d Mass., C, 



2d Mass., C, 
2d Mass., C, 



S.S. 
S. S, 
S. S., 
S.S, 
S.S, 

s. s., 

s. s.; 

s. s, 
s. s. 

S.S. 
S.S. 
S.S. 
S.S 
S.S. 
S. s. 
S.S. 

s. s.; 

S.S. 
1st Class, 
1st do. 
2d do. 



2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



22, 18 
44, 46, 44 
44, 47, 44 
47, 48, 45 
44, 46, 44 
44, 46, 45 
44, 49, 43 
44, 46, 44 
44, 46, 43 
44, 46, 44 

44, 46, 44 

45, 47, 47 

46, 47, 47 
44, 47, 45 
44, 46, 46 

22,20 
44, 46, 45 

47, 47, 47 
44,42 
44,43 
18, 18 

21, 21 
21,21 
18,20 

18, 18 

19, 18 

18, 18 

19, 18 
23,22 
19, 19 
22,21 

18, 18 
22,21 

19, 18 
18,18 
21,21 

22, 19 
18, 19 
21,21 
18, 18 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



89 



COMPANY C, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


E. C. Wilmot, . 




2d Class, 


18,19 


<i 


H. C. Wilson, . 




- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<< 


A. J. Westcott, 




- 


2d do. 


22, 19 


u 


J. F. Anderson, 




- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


«« 


G. H. Bejune, . 




2d Mass., C, 


3d do. 


18,16 


«i 


G. F. Dorr, 




- 


3d do. 


17,17 


<« 


H. A. Davidson, 




- 


3d do. 


15,15 


«« 


A. B. Hewitt, . 




_ 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ti 


F. P. Jones, 




_ 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<« 


C. A. Peterson, 




_ 


3d do. 


16,17 


it 


L. J. Quimby, . 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(< 


B. C. Randall, . 




- 


3d do. 


17,15 


<« 


R. C. Stouter, . 




_ 


3d do. 


17, 15 


<< 


A. J. Wallace, . 




- 


3d do. 


20,17 


<< 


B. H. Beaumont, 




- 


1st do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


W. E. Fairbanks, 




— 


S. S, 


"■ 



19 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 23 second class marksmen, 11 third class 
marksmen, 5 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



COMPANY D, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 
Lieutenant, 


• 


ii 


Sergeant, 
ii 


• 


Private, 


. 


<< 




Sergeant, . 
Corporal, 

Sergeant, 

<< 


• ; 


Corporal, 
«< 


• 


<( 


, . 


Musician, 


. 


Private, 


, 


«< 




<« 




<< 




ti 


. 


<< 


. 


ii 




«< 


# 


<< 


. 


<( 




(< 




<< 




<( 




u 




<< 




«< 




(< 




ii 


# 


Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


it 




«( 




<{ 




(< 


# 


<« 


• 



Frank D. Phillips, 
Alfred F. Foote, 
Alfred F. Reed, 
Edward Wagner, 
Edmund J. Slate, 
Frederick Childs, 
Wilber A. Robinson, 
Alexander Macdonald, 
Frederick W. Slate, 
Earl J. Cain, . 
Jerry Grady, . 
Timothy J. Canavan, 
Joseph W. Eaton, 
David McBride, 
Otto Eger, 
Charles E. Bondreau, 
John B. Donoghue, 
William E. Davis, 
George H. Dugas, 
Louis Davis, 
Ernest A. Dean, 
George A. Fisher, 
Walter J. A. Kohler, 
Henry Lempke, 
Patrick J. Mack, 
Alfred Marion,. 
Andrew Muirhead, 
Frank A. Pierce, 
Frank W. Redfern, 
Dennis J. Sheehan, 
Willie A. Tatro, 
Harry L. Small, 
James E. Watson, 
George J. Lapointe, 
William Bazinet, 
Alfred Bieber, . 
Louis E. Emery, 
William E. Moran, 
Louis A. Mayotte, 
Richard Mackey, 



2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 



2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass , D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 



2d Mass., D, 

2d Mass., D, 

2d Mass., D, 

2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 

2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 
2d Mass., D, 



2d Mass., D, 



s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



46, 46, 45 

44, 46, 45 
46, 47, 45 
48, 49, 46 
46, 47, 44 

45, 46, 44 
44, 46, 47 

42,48 



42 
19 
19 
21 
19 
18 
18 
18 
22 
19 
19 
19 
21 
18 
18 
19 
19 
18 
18 
18 
19 
21 
18 
21 
18 
18 
l(i 
15 
18 
19 
If) 
18 



45 
19 
20 
20 
19 
21 
18 
19 
23 
18 
20 
18 
22 
19 
20 
18 
18 
18 
21 
18 
20 
22 
19 
18 
19 
16 
17 
16 
16 
16 
17 
15 



90 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY D, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Hank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. Record 
Class. 
Regt. and Co. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 
ii 

it 

<< 

ii 

<< 
<< 

ii 

14 


• 


Samuel Moreau, 
Otto Pumper, . 
Henry Patnaude, 
Jules St. John,. 
John A. Stiles, . 
Andrew Stewart, 
Fred Schmit, . , 
George A. Tatro, 
Joseph Willette, 
David Munn, . 




- 


3d Class, 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 


15, 15 
19, 16 
19, 15 
15, 15 
17,20 
19, 15 
18,17 
18, 15 
15, 16 
17,15 



7 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 24 second class marksmen, 17 third class 
marksmen, 11 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



COMPANY E, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, . 


Edwin R. Gray, 


_ 


S. S., 


46, 46, 42 


Sergeant, . 


Augustus Karlson, . 


- 


S. S., 


47, 46, 42 


Corporal, . 


Herbert F. Burdick, 


2d Mass., E, 


S. S., 


44, 46, 43 


ii 


Fred I. Blake, . 


- 


S. S., 


44, 48, 42 


Lieutenant, 


Fred. S. Weymouth, 


_ 


1st Class, 


17,20 


Sergeant, . 


Harry L. Dane, 


2d Mass., E, 


1st 


do. 


21 


20 


ii 


Eugene F. Davison,. 


2d Mass., E, 


1st 


do. 


18 


20 


«« 


Frank P. Hall,. 


- 


1st 


do. 


21 


21 


Corporal, . 


James D. Smith, 


' 2d Mass., E, 


1st 


do. 


22 


21 


«« 


David Broden, . 


_ 


1st 


do. 


45 


45 


Private, 


Robert H. Anderson, 


- 


1st 


do. 


44 


42 


ii 


William C. Ward, . 


- 


1st 


do. 


15 


16 


Lieutenant, 


Horace J. Bosquet, . 


2d Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


19 


22 


Sergeant, . 


Charles W. McCarron, . 


2d Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


21 


22 


Private, 


Joseph T. Bemis, 


2d Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


20 


21 


ti 


Conrad C. Bosquet, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


21 


ii 


William S. Bristow, 


- 


2d 


do. 


21 


22 


ii 


Ernest L. Brown, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


20 


20 


(< 


Bert W. Cooley, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


ii 


William N. Crane, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


19 


«< 


Modest A. Doucette, 


- 


2d 


do. 


20 


18 


ii 


Starr M. Gibbs, 


- 


2d 


do. 


22 


21 


ii 


George L. Gould, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


ii 


William A. Hartson, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


19 


ii 


Howard A. Hastings, 


- 


2d 


do. 


20 


20 


ii 


Daniel P. Jardine, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


II 


William G. Moody, 




- 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


ii 


Axel Norling, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


19 


.24 


! ! 


Or en L. Robbins, 




• 2d Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


18 


,20 


Corporal, . 


Elmore A. Spring, 




2d Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


17 


15 


Musician, . 


Louis J. Hartson, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


19 


15 


Private, 


Myron L. Bacon, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15 


17 


.■ 


George Burley, 




2d Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


18 


17 


ii 


Harry K. Flood, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


ii 


HerWt L. Gates, 




2d Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


20 


16 


.i 


Benjamin A Gould, 


2d Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


17 


17 


ii 


Edward W. Jobbins, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


ii 


Cbartof 0. Wright, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17 


15 


II 


Felix Bosquet, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


Willard C. Gilmore, 


- 


2d 


do. 


- 


ii 


Herbert W. Ward, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


Elmer S. Willey, . 


2d Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


— 



4 sharpshooters, 8 first class marksmen, 19 second class marksmen, 11 third class 
marksmen, 16 unqualified members. Total, 58. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



91 



COMPANY F, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 



Private, 
<< 

Sergeant, 

Private, 

Sergeant, 

Private, 
« 

Sergeant, 

Corpora], 

Lieutenant 

Private, 

Captain, 

Sergeant, 

Lieutenant 

Private, 

Corporal, 

Private, 

Corporal, 

Private, 



Corporal, 

Private, 
<« 

Musician, 
Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Corporal, 



Name. 



Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Kegt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work 
1899. 



George Ashland, 
Frank Ashland, 
Herbert J. Coleman, 
Charles B. Dawley, . 
Axel W. Erickson, . 
Daniel Ela, 
Herbert A. Goodrich, 
Hugh Hunter, . 
Frederick W. Kew, . 
Fred A. Lovejoy, . 
Lemuel M. Mclntire, 
Albert L. Potter, 
William H. Stock well, 
Frank S. Taylor, . 
George B. Taylor, . 
Carmi H. Baker, 
Milan L. Baker, 
John A. Burns, 
George W. Collins, . 
William H. Cowlbeck, 
Oscar E. Cutler, 
William Coolbeth, . 
David T. Donahue, . 
Edgar E. Fenno, 
George N. Flagg, 
Lewis Gendron, 
Lewis A. Hartwell, . 
Harry Kirby, . 
Joseph C. King, 
Jesse Kirby, 
Daniel Lewis. . 
William L. McNutt, 
Dennis L. Morin, 
John S. Mitchell, 
James Manuly, 
Harry W. Miller, . 
George A. Metcalf, . 
William E. Mather,. 
Jerry O'Brien, . 
Daniel O'Connor, 
Fred. Proitras, . 
Edward J. Rice, 
James J. Revane, 
William L. Richards, 
Frank W. Sawyer, . 
George W. H. Valwav, 
John W.Walsh, . 
Gilbert H. Flagg, . 
Lester M. Wheeler, . 



2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 

2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 

2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 

2d Mass., F, 



2d Mass., F, 
2d Mass., F, 

2d Mass., F, 



2d Mass., F, 



2d Class, 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


20, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


2d 


do. 




3d 


do. 





23 
18 
18 
20 
18 
20 
19 
19 
19 
20 
21 
19 
20 
21 
20 
16 
15 
15 
16 
17 
15 
16 
17 
16 
15 
17 
16 
15 
17 
18 
17 
16 
20 
16 
16 
16 
18 
16 
15 
19 
18 
18 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 



16 second class marksmen, 33 third class marksmen, 8 unqualified members. 
Total, 57. 



COMPANY G, SECOND 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Lieutenant, 


William Butement, . 




2d Mass., G, 


S. S., 


20,21 


Captain, 


John J. Leonard, 




2d Mass., G, 


s. s., 


44,46 


Lieutenant, 


Edward J. Leyden, . 




2d Mass., G, 


1st Class, 


42,45 


Sergeant, . 


Timothy T. Austin, . 


• 


2d Mass., G, 


2d do. 


20,20 


Private, 


Fred. L. Bigsrart, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


• 


William M. Britton, 




_ 


2d do. 


20, 20 



92 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY G, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 







Service in I'. S. 








Rank. 


Name. 


Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Private, 


William J. Connolly, 


1st Conn., 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


>i 


Henry T. Conrad, . 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


20 


20 


<< 


Timothy J. Crowley, 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


21 


22 


M 


George Dukette, 


- 


2d 


do. 


20 


20 


Corporal, . 


William Perrier, 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


21 


21 


Sergeant, . 


Nataline Gardella, . 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


22 


19 


Private, 


Clarence W. King, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


Corporal, . 


Ernest P. Marble, . 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


22 


21 


«< 


Dennis F. McCarthy, 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


19 


20 


Private, 


David S. McGlinchey, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


19 


19 


Sergeant, . 


Michael J. McHale, 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


it 


Joseph A. Murphy, . 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


Private, 


Ernest S. Roberts, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


20 


20 


u 


Grovie Rollins, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


Sergeant, . 


Jeremiah F. Scully, 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


Corporal, . 


Jerry J. Shea, . 


2d Mass., G, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Private, 


Revils C. Spencer, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


ii 


Daniel J. Bellamy, . 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


19 


16 


u 


Michael A. Corkery, 


- 


3d 


do. 


17 


15 


«« 


Herbert W. Dearborn, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17 


18 


ii 


George E. Easton, . 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


17 


17 


it 

• • 


Thomas F. Hargaden, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


u 


Patrick J. Hayes, . 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


16 


15 


ii 


Andrew F. Higgins, 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


15 


17 


(t 


Fred. M. Jones, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


18 


15 


ii 


Daniel J. Keane, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


17 


17 


ii 


Edward P. LaMarsh, 


- 


3d 


do. 


17 


, 18 


ii 


John J. Mahoney, Jr., 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


21 


17 


ii 


Thomas P. Mahoney, 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


17 


17 


ii 


Patrick J. Morrissey, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


17 


15 


ii 


Joseph H. Mulligan, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


17 


ii 


Duncan W. Munro, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


ii 


William H. Murphy, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


Bugler, 


Patrick J. O'Connell, 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


16 


1") 


ii 

• • 


Lawrence A. Packard, 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


ii 


Thomas G. Patterson, 


- 


3d 


do. 


17 


19 


ii 


Edward J. Roberts, . 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


Corporal, . 


William J. Rooney, . 


2d Mass , G, 


3d 


do. 


16 


15 


Private, 


James W. Shea, 


- 


3d 


do. 


17 


16 


ii 


Samuel Wilson, 


2d Mass., G, 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 



2 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 20 second class marksmen, 23 third class 
marksmen, 15 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



COMPANY H, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


Charles S. Holden, . 


2d Mass., H, 


S. S., 


18, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Frederick B. Jordan 




1 2d Mass., H, 


s. s., 


49, 46, 45 


ii 


Albert F. Love, 




i 2d Mass., II, 


s. s., 


48, 46, 49 


Lieutenant, 


Clarence E. Smith, 




2d Mass., H, 


s. s., 


48, 47, 49 


it 


Harry C. Young, 




2d Mass., H, 


s. s., 


44, 45, 44 


Sergeant, . 


Albert B. Scott, 




2d Mass., H, 


1st Class, 


21, 22 


ii 


Harry C. Aurell, 




2d Mass., H, 


2d do. 


22, 19 


Corporal, . 


George E. Burr, 




- 


2d do. 


21, 22 


Private, 


Linus Fellows, . 




- 


2d do. 


22,21 


Musician, . 


Everett H. Green, 




- 


2d do. 


19,21 


Corporal, . 


George E. Hill, 




- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Private, 


Albert Leighton, 




- 


2d do. 


21, 20 


ii 


Joseph T. Lindsay, . 




2d Mass., H, 


2d do. 


21, 19 


ii 


Charles E. Loveless, 


— 


2d do. 


19, 19 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



93 



COMPANY H, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Herbert L. Mirick, . 
John J. McLaughlin, 
John B. Nault, . 
Charles F. Parker, Jr., 
Clarence F. Potter, 
Willson H. Rathbun, 
Alfred F. Sears, 
Thomas W. Smith, 
Adam K Show, 
Walter G. Adams, 
John D. Allen, . 
Joseph Barrett, 
Avid S. Boson, 
Arthur G. Brown, 
Basil VV. Burnette, 
George F. Chambers, 
Joseph De Marco, 
Harrie P. Frost, 
Chester M. Fuller, 
Arthur R. Hooker, 
Louie S. Jones, 
Frank W. King, 
William H. King, 
Henry M. Mirick, 
Seth A. Moulton, 
Harry R. Overend, 
Frank J. Rogers, 
George E. Scott, 
Charles Smith, . 
FredW. Taft, . 
Harry Walsh, . 
Leaver Whittaker, 
Frank W. Wray, 
George S. Bryson, 
Harry N. Mills, 
James J. Ruddy, Jr. 



2d Mass., H, 
2d Mass., H, 

1st N.H. vols., 



2d Mass., H, 
2d Mass., H, 
2d Mass., H, 



2d Mass., H, 

2d Mass., H, 

2d Mass., H, 

2d Mass , H, 
2d Mass., H, 



2d Mass., H, 
2d Mass., H, 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



22,21 
20, 19 
20, 20 
20,21 
18,19 
18, 19 
20,21 
20, 19 
20,18 
20, 16 
20,17 
15,15 
15, 16 
17,16 
15,15 
15, 15 
15,15 
15, 16 

15, 19 
17,17 
15,15 
15,21 

16, 18 
16, 16 
15, 15 
15, 16 
18, 15 
15,16 
15,16 
15, 16 
15, 15 
15,15 
18,17 



5 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 20 second class marksmen, 24 third class 
marksmen, 9 unqualified members. Total, 59. 



COMPANY I, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, . 


Arthur A. Remillard, 


2d Mass., I, 


S. S., 


47, 46, 44 


Corporal, . 


Charles E. Andrus, . 


- 


S. S., 


47, 46, 44 


<i 


James H. Gallivan, . 


2d Mass., I, 


s. s., 


46, 46, 45 


Private, 


George E. Belleville, 


- 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


n 


Thomas W. Gallivan, 


- 


s. s., 


46, 46, 45 


<< 


Frank L. Hinds, 


_ 


s. s., 


45, 47, 44 


Captain, 


James R. Gilfillian, . 


2d Mass., I, 


s. s., 


19,20 


Sergeant, . 


Charles K. Fiske, . 


2d Mass., I, 


1st Class, 


44,42 


<< 


William Thayer, 


- 


1st do. 


44,45 


Corporal, . 


Frank E. Guyott, . 


2d Mass., I, 


1st do. 


42,43 


Private, 


Eugene Bissvillon, . 


- 


1st do. 


43,43 


u 


Henry Morin, . 


- 


1st do. 


42, 42 


U 


William C. O'Brien, 


- 


1st do. 


42,44 


(« 


Henry L. Shaw, 


2d Mass., I, 


1st do. 


43,43 


<( 


Frank W. Roberts, . 


2d Mass., I, 


s. S., 


22, 22 


Lieutenant, 


Chester W. French, . 


2d Mass., I, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Albert G. Beckmann, 


2d Mass., I, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Jerome J. Flynn, 


2d Mass., I, 


2d do. 


18, 18 



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COMPANY I, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 







Service in U. S. 








Hank. 


Name. 


Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Sergeant, . 


Ernest F. Dragon, . 


2d Mass., I, 


2d Class, 


18,20 


Corporal, . 


Charles A. Thayer, . 


2d Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Musician, . 


Frederick Harper, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


Arthur L. Clapp, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


it 


Robert B. Claghorn, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


«« 


Edward L. Dunning, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


20,22 


«» 


Wilber V. Gould, . 


2d Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<« 


Sumner A. Harris, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


ii 


Edward Hill, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Harold F. Hillenbrand, . 


2d Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


<< 


George A. Lafleur, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


<« 


Fred. Martin, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


<< 


Frank X. Morin, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


«i 


Daniel M. Shea, 


2d Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20,22 


i< 


James J. Slattery, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Fred. B. Smith, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<i 


James A. Tremblay, 


2d Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


n 


Arthur B. Van Slike, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ii 


William "W hi ton, 


2d Mass., I, 


2d 


do 


18,21 


<« 


Joseph M. Young, . 


2d Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


Corporal, . 


John A. Jackson, 


2d Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


15, 19 


Private, 


Frank S.Bai dwell, . 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


John J. Clark, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


u 


Michael M. Goodsell, 


2d Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Louis H. Lambert, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


<< 


Wilfred Laro, . 


2d Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


Herbert C. Marsh, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


<< 


James J. Meehan, . 


2d Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<< 


Albert J. Monpeon, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


20, 16 


ii 


Daniel F. 0. Shea, . 


2d Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


<< 


William Pellissier, . 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15,21 


<t 


William Raleigh, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


M 


Arthur E. Roberts, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,20 


II 


Henry Tetro, . 


_ 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


Corporal, . 


Francis B. Culver, . 


2d Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


— 



8 sharpshooters, 7 first class marksmen, 24 second class marksmen, 14 third class 
marksmen, 7 unqualified members. Total, 60. 



COMPANY K, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


William S Warriner, 


2d Mass., K, 


S. S., 


45, 48, 49 


Lieutenant, 


David A. Turner, 


2d Mass., K, 


S. S., 


49, 50, 49 


Sergeant, . 


G Burton Hall, 


2d Mass., K, 


S. s., 


44, 48, 49 


ii 


William E. Turner, . 


2d Mass., K, 


S. s., 


44, 48, 49 


ii 


Joseph G. Woodbury, 


2d Mass., K, 


S. S., 


45, 48, 48 


Corporal, . 


Wilson C. Emery, . 


2d Mass., K, 


s. s., 


45, 48, 48 


Private, 


Louis P. Castaldine, 


2d Mass., K, 


S. S., 


46, 48, 46 


ii 


Clement McKinnev,. 


- 


S. S., 


44, 48, 48 


Lieutenant, 


Fred. A. Jenks, 


2d Mass., K, 


1st Class, 


42, 42 


Corporal, . 


Louis C. Grant, 


- 


1st do. 


42, 46 


Private, 


Frederick G. Beebe, . 


- 


1st do. 


42,46 


«< 


Chaunrev M. Belden, 


- 


1st do. 


42,47 


>i 


Albert R. Davis, 


- 


1st do. 


43, 42 


<« 


Harrv J. Symonds, . 


2d Mass., K, 


1st do. 


42,43 


Sergeant, . 


Burdett R. Madison, 


2d Mass., K, 


2d do. 


21,21 


<« 


Bert F. Nichols, 


2d Mass., K, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


Edward N. Aiken, . 


2d Mass., K, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«< 


George E. Sollare, . 


2d Mass., K, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


Walter G. Brain bley, 


2d Mass., K, 


2d do. 


21,20 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



95 



COMPANY K, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


Janies A. Brazier, . 


2d Mass., K, 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


<« 


John J. Dunn, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


u 


David P. Graham, 




- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<< 


George F. Losee, 




- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Frank J. McCarty, 




- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


«< 


Edward F. Peake, 




- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


Corporal, . 


Horatio M. Field, 




2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


«« 


Samuel W. Nesbitt, 




2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Bugler, 


George A. Yarsley, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


Private, 


John W. Alden, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


i« 


Marvin C. Birnie, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


(< 


William 11. Bosquet, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


<< 


Charles F. Breuillard, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


t< 


Albert J. Brunell, . 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


<( 


Stillman A. Burgess, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


«< 


William W. Burnett, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<( 


Theodore E. Camelin, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,16 


•« 


A A. Cameron, 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


Herbert A. Card, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,16 


it 


Joseph E. Currier, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<« 


Daniel D. Denton, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<< 


Charles H. Dessautels, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


«< 


Ralph F. Fisk, . 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


17, 16 


<t 


George W. Geiger, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<< 


Louis H. Hall, . 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


«< 


Jerry F. Healy, 


2d Mass., D, 


3d 


do. 


17, 17 


«« 


Julian B. Hawkes, . 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


i< 


Foster M Howes, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


• < 


Joseph A. Langlois, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


<< 


Phillip Loneto, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


William J. Ludwig, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<« 


Ernest L. Luther, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


«i 


Everett H. Luther, . 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


<« 


Charles E McLeod, . 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


«« 


Fred. L. McLeod, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


«i 


Robert W. Muir, 


- 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


(i 


Harry W. Pomeroy, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<( 


Edgar W. Snell, 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16,15 


<< 


William E. Stephens, 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


<< 


Herbert H. Whiting, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Guilleme E. Woodman, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,16 


<< 


Henry Wright, Jr., . 


2d Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 



8 sharpshooters, 6 first class marksmen, 11 second class marksmen, 36 third class 
marksmen. Total, 61. 



COMPANY L, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

Lieutenant, 

Private, 

Sergeant, 



Corporal, 



Fred. E. Pierce, 
Fayette B. Mason, 
Herbert S. Porter, 
Henry J. Stearns, 
Don A. Aldrich, 
William E. Luzarder, 
Donald M. Lobdell, 
Willis B. Fay, . 
Henry C. Graves, 
Edward J. Class. 
Herbert N. Kelley, 
Hugh S. Riddell, 



2d Mass., L, 
2d Mass., L, 



2d Mass., L, 

<2d Mass., L, 
2d Mass., L, 
2d Mass., L, 
2d Mass., L, 



S. S., 
S. S., 
S. S., 
S. S., 
1st Class, 
1st do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 



45, 46, 43 

46, 48, 43 
44, 48, 45 
46, 47, 46 

44,43 
47,42 
21, 18 

21, 20 
20, 21 

22, 20 

19, 19 

20, 18 



96 



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COMPANY L, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Hank. 


Namk. 


Service in U. B. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Corporal, . 


David F. Sears, 


_ 


2d Class, 


21,20 


(< 


Charles E. Smart, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,19 


Musician, . 


Ferdinand D.Kondenbush, 


- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


Private, 


Robert E. Bean, 


- 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


Gottlieb Bitzer, 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


William E. Carless, 


- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


ii t 


Arlie W. Herrick, . 


- 


2d do. 


21,20 


" 


Lester F. Smith, 


- 


2d do. 


19,21 


i« 


Lovell S. Spaulding, 


2d Mass., L, 


2d do. 


19,20 


«< t t 


Sereno W Thayer, . 


- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


u 


John A. Thomiley, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


n 


Frank Veadish, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, . 


Charles W. Mumson, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


Private, 


Andrew B. Anderson, 


2d Mass., L, 


3d do. 


17,16 


ii 


Robert F. Barr, 


- 


3d do. 


15,16 


«« 


Frank J. Brassor, . 


2d Mass., L, 


3d do. 


18, 15 


" 


Frank M. Breslin, . 


2d Mass., L, 


3d do. 


16, 19 


<< 


Thomas Breslin, 


2d Mass., E, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


it 


Robert A. Cary, 


2d Mass., L, 


3d do. 


17, 16 


it 


John Curkindall, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


<« 


John A. Day, . 


- 


3d do. 


17,17 


(< 


Samuel Deland, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


ti t t 


William J. Dempsey, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


u 


Patrick A. Dunnigan, 


- 


3d do. 


17,19 


ti 


Clarence W. Elliott, 


- 


3d do. 


16,20 


ii 


Ernest Fizzett, . 


- 


3d do. 


17,17 


ti 


Fred. A. Gordon, 


- 


3d do. 


17,17 


t< 


Elwin A. Graves, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


t< 


Harry C. Hall, . 


2d Mass., L, 


3d do. 


18,17 


tt 


Timothy Kiley, 


2d Mass., E, 


3d do. 


16, 15 


tt 


Edward A Martin, . 


2d Mass., F, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


n 


Lloyd L. Miller, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


ii 


Thomas M. Murphy, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


it 


Peter J. Pettier, 


- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


it 


George A. Ross, 


- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


tt 


Edward Schroder, . 


- 


3d do. 


15,16 


tt 


Fred C. Siebert, 


- 


3d do. 


18,17 


u 


John S. Smith, 


- 


3d do. 


18,17 


it 


Robert Stockburger, 


2d Mass., L, 


3d do. 


16, 18 


it 


Ernest K. Suhl, 


- 


3d do. 


19, 16 


«« 


Leon C. Williams, . 


— 


3d do. 


16,15 


4 sharpshooters 


, 2 first class marksmen, 18 


second class ma 


rksmen, 29 


third class 


marksmen, 3 unq 


ualified members. Total, I 


.6. 






COM 


PANY M, SECOND R] 


EGIMENT IN 


FANTRY 




Private, 


James C. Cadigan, . 


2d Mass., M, 


D. M. 


49, 49, 43 


it 


Charles L. Delancey, 


- 


D. M. 


48, 46, 44 


it 


Fred E. Busby, 


- 


S. S. 


45, 47, 45 


Sergeant, . 


James A. Campbell,. 


2d Mass., M, 


S. s. 


44, 46, 43 


Captain, 


George J. Crosier, . 


2d Mass , M, 


s. s. 


48, 49, 46 


Sergeant, . 


William Hodecker, . 


2d Mass., M, 


s. s. 


46, 46, 43 


Lieutenant, 


Ernest J. Laferriere, 


2d Mass., M, 


s. s. 


47, 47, 44 


Sergeant, . 


Burdett H. Milliman, 


2d Mass., M, 


s. s. 


46, 46, 45 


Musician, . 


John W. Moran, 


- 


s. s. 


46, 47, 44 


Private, 


Frederic H. Boisvert, 


- 


1st Class, 


47,42 


i> 


George H. Bowe, 


- 


1st do. 


45, 42 


tt 


Anson C. Carpenter, 


- 


1st do. 


46,42 


Sergeant, . 


Sydney H. Clifle, . 


2d Mass., M, 


1st do. 


44,44 



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97 



COMPANY M, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Private, 


Eugene L. Delancey, 


. 


1st Class, 


46,43 


Corporal, . 


Charles E. Dunne, . 


2d Mass., M, 


1st 


do. 


42, 42 


Private, 


George J. Grant, 


_ 


1st 


do. 


45, 42 


<< 


Edward Gravel, 


- 


1st 


do. 


46,44 


Corporal, . 


Levi Gravel, 


2d Mass., M, 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


Sergeant, . 


Victor King, . 


2d Mass., M, 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


Private, 


Fred Mercier, . 


2d Mass., M, 


1st 


do. 


21, 19 


M 


Joseph J. Mercier, . 


- 


1st 


do. 


45, 42 


(« 


Middy Mercier, 


- 


1st 


do. 


44,44 


U 


George W. Newton, . 


- 


1st 


do. 


44, 43 


Lieutenant, 


William O'Brien, . 


2d Mass., M, 


1st 


do. 


45,43 


Private, 


Frank O'Neil, . 


_ 


1st 


do. 


42,43 


t< 


Horace H. Ainslie, . 


U.S Hos. Corps, 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


(« 


Charles F. Bates, 


- 


2d 


do. 


22, 19 


Corporal, . 


Frederick J. Brunell, 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


Private, 


Joseph H. Brunell, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


u 


John L. Burt, . 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


21, 19 


«« 


Charles Carlow, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


tl 


William Carlow, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


21,18 


II 


Harlon P. Carr, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ti 


Edward H. Cassidy, 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


(( 


John E. Donovan, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


II 


William E. Gavin, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


II 


Alfred N. Gelinas, . 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


<< 


Homer Getty, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


«« 


Samuel Hiser, . 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


II 


Abraham Kershaw, . 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


II 

• • 


John A. Kirk, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


21,20 


ii 


Paul A. Lewis, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


21,20 


«« 


George F. Murphy, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


21, 20 


(( 


Frank S. O'Brien, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


Corporal, . 


Walla Paradise, 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


21, 20 


ii 


Robert W. Prentice, 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


Aleck Rachdorf, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


ti 


John T. Reardon, 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


Corporal, . 


Frederick J. Sisco, . 


2d Mass., M, 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


Private, 


Charles W. Wells, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


a 


Arthur Wooley, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Arthur A. Austin, . 


2d Mass., M, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


ii 


Fred. H. Burt, . 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


«« 


Charles U. Favrean, 


2d Mass., M, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


«< 


Harry L. Marshall, . 


2d Mass., M, 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


ii 


Matthew F. McGlynn, . 


2d Mass., M, 


3d 


do. 


19, 15 


ii 


John J. Murray, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


«« 


John L. Nimmons, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Alfred N. Page, 


2d Mass., M, 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


ti 


Martin J. Savage, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16,15 


«« 


Frank I. Wilder, . 


— 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 



2 distinguished marksmen, 7 sharpshooters, 16 first class marksmen, 26 second 
class marksmen, 10 third class marksmen. Total, 61. 



FIELD 


AND STAFF, FIFTH 


REGIMENT 


INFANTRY. 


Major, 


C. C. Foster, . 


5th Mass., 


D. M , 


48, 49, 47 


Lieutenant, 


H. A. Clark, . 


5th Mass., 


1st Class, 


19, 19 


Colonel, 


J. H. Whitney, 


5th Mass., 


1st do. 


_ 


Major, 


H. P. Ballard, . 


- 


2d do. 


_ 


<« 


W. E. Morrison, 


5th Mass., 


2d do. 


_ 


i< 


M. D. Clement, 


5th Mass., 


S. S., 


— 



98 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Bank. 


Namk. 


Service in U. 8. 
Volunteers. 

Bcgt and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Lieutenant, 
«« 

Sergt. Major, 
Hosp. Steward, . 
P. M. Sergeant, . 
Bugler, 


E. E. Locke, . 
A. C. Warren, . 
W. S. Phillips, . 
Clarence A. Charles, 
Charles B. Cabot, . 

F. P. Holmes, . 


5th Mass., 


S. S., 
3d Class, 
S.S., 

3d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 


- 



1 distinguished marksman, 3 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 4 second class 
marksmen, 2 third class marksmen, 8 unqualified members. Total, 20. 



COMPANY A, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corporal, 

Private, 

Sergeant, 

14 

Corporal, 
<< 

Private, 



Lieutenant, 

Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 
<< 

Private, 



Sergeant, 
Musician, 
Private, 



Alfred H. Snow, 
William C. Curtiss, . 
Mark E. Smith, 
Frederick A. Walker, 
Benjamin B. Grant, . 
Charles A. Lindquist, 
John F. Tierney, 
Daniel F. Adams, 
Alexander D. Chesnut, 
Frank B. Crocker, . 
James A. Quinn, 
Charles S. Tabor, . 
William E. McPherson, 
Rowland W. Brag, . 
Willis W. Stover, . 
William S. Tolman, 
William H. Wilson, 
Albert A. Lerned, 
Augustus P. Coleman, 
Hanson Galbraith, . 
Charles E. Parker, . 
Frank G. Westcott, . 
Edward C. Morse, . 
Arthur G. Henderson, 
Alexander McCaughan, 
Paul R. Snow, . 
S. Arthur Strong, . 



5th Mass., 


A, 


S. S 


•» 


5th Mass., 


A, 


S. S 


•» 


5th Mass., 


A, 


2d Class, 


5th Mass., 


A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass., 


A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass., 


A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass., 


A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass., 


A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass., 


A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass. 




S. g 


>.i 


5th Mass. 


A, 


1st Class, 


5th Mass. 


A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


,A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


,A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


,A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


2d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


3d 


do. 


5th Mass. 


, A, 


3d 


do. 



22,20 
22,22 
19, 18 
20,20 
24,20 
21, 19 

18, 18 
18,17 

19, 16 
18,17 
17,16 
15, 15 



3 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 13 second class marksmen, 10 third class 
marksmen, 34 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



COMPANY B, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 




Private, 


Sergeant, 


. 


Corporal, 

<< 


' 


Sergeant, 


. 


Musician, 


. 


Sergeant, 


. 


Private, 


. 


Corporal, 


. 


Private, 


. 


u 




u 


• 



Charles W. Facey, . 
Adolphus G. Gustafson, 
John S. McDonald, . 
Charles W. Rogers, . 
William J. Ward, . 
Rupert D. Worcester, 
John W. Trefry, 
Henry D. Connerais, 
Charles C. Dodge, . 
John S. Henry, 
William H. Tupper, 
Francis H. Wright, . 
Roland E. Brown, . 



5th Mass. 


B, 


5th Mass. 


B, 


5th Mass. 


B, 


5th Mass. 


B, 


5th Mass. 


,B, 


5th Mass 


B, 


5th Mass. 


B, 


5th Mass. 


B, 


5th Mass. 


,B, 


5th Mass. 


,B, 







D. M., 


S. S 




S s 




S. S 




S. S 




s.s 




1st Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



44, 46, 42 

45, 48, 48 

44, 46, 42 

45, 47, 43 
44, 46, 43 
44, 46, 42 

43,42 
21, 18 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 20 
18, 18 
15,15 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



99 



COMPANY B, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


John F. Cochrane, . 


71st N. Y., F, 


3d Class, 


17,16 


(i 


Joseph H. Collins, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


<< 


Fred. M. Fitch, 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


16, 16 


<« 


William H. Hales, . 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


17, 15 


<« 


William H. Hilton, . 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


14 


Frank E. Johnson, . 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do 


15, 15 


Corporal, . 


George T. Jones, 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


16, 16 


14 


Edward W. Lindh, . 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


16, 17 


<« 


Edward W. Lycette, 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


15,17 


Private, 


Edward H. McNamee, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Sergeant, . 


George F. Mullett, . 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


18, 15 


Private, 


Joseph A. C. Nyhen, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


(4 


Harry A. Phelps, . . . 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


16, 17 


41 


Robert H. Russell, . 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(4 


James A. Young, 


5th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Captain, 


Edward E. Mason, . 


- 


S. S., 


- 


Lieutenant, 


Patrick J. McNamara, 


5th Mass., B, 


s. s., 


- 


Private, 


Bernard J. Coakley, 


5th Mass., B, 


s. s., 


- 


Corporal, . 


Patrick F. Donahoe, 


5th Mass , B, 


s. s., 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Roland A. McLeod, . 


5th Mass., B, 


s. s., 


- 


Private, 


Arthur Richardson, . 


- 


3d Class, 


- 


(4 


Richard H. Stackhouse, . 


- 


2d do. 


— 



1 distinguished marksman, 10 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 6 second class 
marksmen, 17 third class marksmen, 25 unqualified members. Total, 60. 



COMPANY C, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 
Private, 



Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 
<« 

Corporal, 

<4 

Private, 



Sergeant, 
Musician, 
Private, 



John T. Lanigan, 
Mark Godfrey, . 
H. D. Kitchen, . 
Horace A. Fisher, 
Ernest R. Springer, 
Thomas E. Wye, 
Thomas L. Dolan, 
Albert R. Kilburn, 
William Valentine, 
John T. Ryan, . 
James H. Dennan, 
James A. Higbee, 
Thomas Ryan, 
Arthur G. Bosson, 
Bernard English, 
Charles F. D. Bailey, 
George S. Coulter, 
Walter E. Guilford, 
John H. Haverstock, 
Thomas C. Hyde, 
John F. Kelley, 
Gordon W. King, 
Joseph B. Lovely, 
William J. McAdams, 
William Adams, 

Frank A. Barrows, 
George E. Bishop, 
Martin F. Conlin, 
Lawrence Costello, 
Maurice L. Levins, 
George G. Moyse, 



5th Mass., C, 



5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 

5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 



5th Mass., C, 

5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
5th Mass., C, 
U. S. Marine 
Corps. 



1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


s. s., 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



42 
21 
22 
20 
18 
19 
20 
22 
20 
20 
21 
21 
20 
20 
21 
18 
18 
16 
16 
18 
16 
18 
16 
16 



42 
21 
18 
21 
19 
19 
21 
21 
19 
18 
19 
22 
21 
18 
18 
16 
17 
16 
17 
16 
16 
17 
15 
16 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. 8. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 

<< 

Sergeant, . 
Corporal, . 
Lieutenant, 


David A. Orr, . 
Thomas J. Scollans, . 
David E. Golden, . 
Nathaniel A. Smith, 
Geo. F. Guilford, . 


5th Mass., C, 
8th Mass., H, 
5th Mass., C, 


3d Class, 
3d do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 
2d do 


- 



1 sharpshooter, 3 first class marksmen, 17 second class marksmen, 15 third class 
marksmen, 21 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



COMPANY D, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 
Lieutenant, 


• 


Sergeant, . 
«< 


• 


Corporal, . 
•i 


• 


«< 




Private, 


. 


«« 




<« 




(i 


m 


i< 


. 


ii 


. 


it 




«« 


• 



Willard C. Butler, 
Arthur E. Lewis, 
Henry L. Sampson, 
John H. Torrance, 
James T. Eddy, 
Adelbert F. Trautiwig, 
William F. Hughes, 
Fred. M. Badger, 
Daniel G Brown, 
Allen J. Carswell, 
Walter F. Gould, 
Calvin Powers, . 
Clarence J. Robbins, 
Jene T. Robbin6, 
Arthur L. Washburn, 



5th Mass. 


D, 


5th Mass. 


D, 


5th Mass. 


, D, 


5th Mass. 


D, 


5th Mass. 


D, 


5th Mass. 


D, 


5th Mass. 


D, 


5th Mass. 


D, 


5th Mass. 


,D, 


5th Mass. 


D, 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



7 second class marksmen, 8 third class marksmen, 36 unqualified members. 
Total, 51. 



COMPANY E, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 




Lieutenant, 


. 


«< 




Sergeant, 


. 


«< 




<< 




Corporal, 


. 


<< 




M 




II 




it 


. 


<< 




Private, 


. 


<< 


* 


«< 




ii 




ii 




<< 




ii 




<< 




«< 




ii 









J. C. D. Clark,. 
O. J. Whitney, . 
A. S. Hall, ' . 
G. R. Moore, . 
J. F. Perkins, . 
F. R. Waterman, 

E. E. Papkee, . 
J. E. Gray, 

A. C. Gray, 
A. E. Ritchie, . 

F. A. Bryan, . 
L. P. Thompson, 
H. H. Adams, . 
C. H. Gale, 

F. M. Jaeger, . 
W. A. Metcalf, . 
H. J. Mitchell, . 

J. H. Mitchell, Jr., 
C. E. Pierce, . 
P. R. Spinney, . 

G. A. Papkee, . 
G. W. Cushing, 



5th Mass. 


E, 


5th Mass. 


E, 


6th Mass 


A, 


6th Mass. 


, A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


, A, 


6th Mass. 


■ A, 


6th Mass. 


, A, 


6th Mass. 


,A, 


6th Mass. 


A, 


6th Mass. 


,A, 



2d Class, 


18, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


22, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do 


20, 


2d 


do. 


22, 


2d 


do. 


22, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


22, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


23, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


3d 


do. 


15, 



, 19 
,22 
, 19 
, 19 
, 19 
, 19 
,20 
,20 
, 18 
,22 
,22 
,20 
,21 
, 18 
,20 
,21 
,22 
, 18 
, 19 
,19 
,21 
,17 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



101 



COMPANY E, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Private, 



C. F. Doane, 
B. P. Moreton, 
A. Smith, . 

F. S. Rodgers, 

G. F. Ridler, 
Andrew Kerr, 
R. E. Norton, 



5th Mass., E, 
5th Mass., E, 
5th Mass., E, 
5th Mass., E, 

5th Mass., E, 
5th Mass., E, 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



15, 16 
15,17 

16, 16 

15, 16 

17, 17 

16, 18 



21 second class marksmen, 8 third class marksmen, 19 unqualified members. 
Total, 48. 



COMPANY F, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 

Corporal, 

Lieutenant, 


• 


Sergeant, 


• 


Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


Lieutenant, 


. 


Sergeant, 
<« 


• 


Corporal, 
<< 


• 


Private, 


. 


ti 




t« 


• 


<« 


• 


<< 




it 




c« 


# 


it 




(< 




<( 




<< 




<« 




<« 




«« 




«< 


_ 


ii 


. 


«< 




<« 




<« 




ti 




ii 




ii 




Musician, 




Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Private, 


- 


<« 




<< 


• 



C. E. Hamilton, 
H B. Pratt, 
S. E. Morse, 
S. E. Brown, 
G. A. Howe, 
R. A. McLeod, 
G. E. Owens, 
C. E. Stearns, 
J. E. Kavanagh, 
M. J. Hoban, 
N. F. Lucas, 

F. S. Coffin, 

G. F. Baker, 
R. W. Burgin, 
A. F. Chase, 
C. W. Clark, 
G. Graverson, 
J. A. Goulding, 
M. J. Hines, 
R. W. Lee, 
J. F. Mulvaney, 
M. J. Murpby, 
R. W. Patten, 
C. L. Pelkey, 
H. O. Smith, 
J. T. Smith, 
C. E. Wark, 
A. Worcester, 
J. T. R. Antcliffe, 
C. E. Coffin, 
J. B. Furlong, 
H. A. Melette, 
C. A. Malmberg, 

E. W. Nutting, 
J. F. Riley, 

R. F. Piper, . 
P. A. Sawtell, . 

F. W. Woodward, 
W. L. Banfill, . 
A. J. Leger, 

J. B. Nichols, . 



5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
Signal Corps 
5th Mass , F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 

5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass , F 

5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., F 
5th Mass., B 
5th Mass., C 



1st Conn., 
5th Mass., F, 



5th Mass., F, 
5th Mass., F, 

5th Mass., F, 
5th Mass., F, 
5th Mass., F, 
5th Mass., F, 

6th Mass., I. 



D. 


M., 


S. S., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do- 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



50, 50, 45 

48, 49, 44 

48,44 



22 

19 

45 
46 
20 
22 
21 
IS 
21 
21 
22 
IS 
10 
22 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 
20 
21 
22 
18 
20 
18 
21 
17 
15 
16 
18 
19 
17 
10 



20 
18 
42 
42 
18 
21 
21 
18 
21 
18 
22 
18 
15 
20 
20 
19 
18 
21 
19 
19 
21 
19 
18 
19 
18 
16 
16 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
15 



1 distinguished marksman, 1 sharpshooter, 6 first class marksmen, 24 second class 
marksmen, 9 third class marksmen, 16 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



102 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY G. FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Naue. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 




Regt. and Co. 


1899. 


Lieutenant, 


Thomas McCarthy, . 


5th Mass., G, 


D. M., 


46, 48, 42 


Sergeant, . 


Phillip D. Gambell, 




5th Mass., G, 


D. M.,- 


46, 48, 44 


Private, 


William D. Dickson 




- 


D.M., 


46, 46, 42 


«< 


Geo. H. Nason, 




5th Mass., G, 


D. M., 


46, 49, 44 


Lieutenant, 


Geo. S. Cutler, . 




- 


S. S., 


44,46 


Musician, . 


W. Ed. Dovle, . 




- 


s. s., 


44, 47, 48 


Private, 


W. F. Carlton, . 




5th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


44, 48, 46 


• « 


James Durward, 




- 


s. s, 


50, 48, 44 


<t 


William A. Durwarc 


i, '> 


5th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 47 


Sergeant, . 


Francis H. Marion, 




5th Mass., G, 


1st Class, 


47,42 


M 


Robert McHugh, 




5th Mass., G, 


1st do. 


19,20 


II 


J. Ed. Graham, 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, . 


F. H. Graham, 




5th Mass , G, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


H. H. Barrett, . 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Geo. E. Pound, 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


15, 16 


<< 


E. B. R. Forsberg, 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


S. W. Britton, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«i 


William T. Caswell, 




- 


2d do. 


17,17 


«( 


F. J. Clifford, . 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


19,20 


<« 


M. J. Holland,. 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 


J. J. Harkins, . 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


20,20 


«< 


F. C. Kean, 




- 


2d do. 


20,22 


u 


R. J. McArthur, 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


P. A. Rogers, . 




- 


2d do. 


21,22 


ii 


F. E. Stowers, . 




- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<< 


T. J. Sweeney, . 




- 


2d do. 


20,21 


li 


F. H. Tobin, . 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<( 


J. F. Walker, . 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


tt 


T. H. Winn, . 




_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


R. J. Bustead, . 




- 


3d do. 


17,18 


•i 


A. J. Cuueo, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


E. L. Lovering, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


J. G. McCarthy, 




- 


3d do. 


15,15 


«< 


M. J. Scanlon, . 




5th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Sergeant, . 


Edward F. Wyer, 




5th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


H. W. Clark, . 




- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


E. J. Knowlton, 






3d do. 


- 


<« 


R. J. McGuinty, 




5th Mass., G, 


1st do. 


- 



4 distinguished marksmen, 5 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 20 second 
class marksmen, 6 third class marksmen, 16 unqualified members. Total, 54. 



COMPANY H, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 
Captain, 
Sergeant, 
Lieutenant, 

Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 
Bugler, 
Private, 

Corporal, 
Private, 



Howard A. Gilson, . 
Francis Meredith, Jr., 
Alvin A. Davis. Jr., 
Valentine E. Gilson, 
George T. Lattimer, 
James W. Devereaux, 
George H. Dickinson, 
Thomas P. Donovan, 
Frederick J. Jcnney, Jr., 
Ronald McGregor, . 
Harry O. Reed, 
Frederick Ruppersl>erg, 
Fred. L. Whiting, . 
William D. Barber, . 
Theodore L. Bense, . 
Charles S. Cabot, 
Asa W. Glass, . 



8th Mass., M, 

5th Mass., H, 
8th Mass., M, 
5th Mass., H, 
5th Mass., H, 
5th Mass., H, 

5th Maes., H, 
5th Mass., H, 
5th Mass., H, 
5th Mass., H, 
5th Mass., II, 
5th Mass., H, 
5th Mass., H, 
5th Mass., H, 



S. s., 


s. s., 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



15,19 
44,39 
22,22 
19,18 
21,20 
18, 18 
19,21 

18, 19 

19, 13 
18,18 
21,20 
18,17 
18,22 
15, 15 
18, 15 
18,17 
19,17 



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103 



COMPANY H, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 







1 Service in U. S. 






Rank. 


Name. 


Volunteers. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


1899. 


Private, 


George F. Hoag, 


5tb Mass., H, 


3d Class, 


15,17 


ii 


Warner A. Holmes, Jr., . 


- 


3d do. 


16,17 


ii 


George J. Hodet, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


ii 


Edmund J. Lamb, . 


- 


3d do. 


17,17 


II 


Dennis J. Swanson, . 


9th Mass., D, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Blair A. Steeves, 


5th Mass., A, 


3d do. 


15,17 


Sergeant, . 


William H. Benson, 


5th Mass., H, 


2d do. 




it 


Lawrence E. Burns, 


5th Mass., H, 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 


George B. Crowton, . 


- 


S. S., 


_ 


Sergeant, . 


Herbert J. Frissette, 


- 


2d do. 


_ 


Private, 


Richard H. Luscombe, . 


- 


3d do. 


_ 


Corporal, . 


Gerald J. McDonald, 


5th Mass., H, 


2d do. 


_ 


Private, 


Edward F. McFall, . 


5th Mass., H, 


3d do. 


- 



3 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 11 second class marksmen, 13 third class 
marksmen, 23 unqualified members. Total, 53. 



COMPANY I, FIFTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 






Captain, 


C. A. Richardson, . 


5th Mass., I, 


D. 


M, 


44,47 


Private, 


W. W. Cooke, . 




- 


D. 


M., 


46 


44 


Lieutenant, 


William H. Goff, Jr. 


» • 


5th Mass., I, 


IstClass, 


22, 


22 


Sergeant, . 


F. W. Northup, 




- 


1st 


do. 


17 


18 


it 


L. W. Cook, . 




5th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


ii 


T. F. Williams, 




5th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Corporal, . 


H. E. Gladding, 




- 


2d 


do. 


16 


17 


Private, 


G. S. Day, 




5th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


<i 


D. B. Hodell, . 




5th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19 


19 


it 


F. I. Mowry, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


it 


J. W. Munro, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


h 


F. W. Overton, 




- 


2d 


do 


19 


19 


ii 


J. H. Parks, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Lieutenant, 


E. P. Coleman, 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


Sergeant, . 


W. H. Abrams, 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16 


16 


Corporal, . 


J. R. Curry, 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15 


19 


Private, 


F. B. Austin, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


16 


16 


it 


C. W. Brandon, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


ii 


G- H. Boyce, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


15 


17 


ii 


C. H. Card, 




- 


3d 


do. 


17 


17 


ii 


J. G. Cumberland, 




- 


3d 


do. 


17 


18 


it 


Jacob Engster, . 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


ti 


C. E. Gay, 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16 


19 


it 


G. H. Nash, . 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


17 


18 


ii 


W. D. Norwood, 




,5th Mass, I, 


3d 


do. 


16 


19 


ii 


C. F. O'Connor, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


16 


18 


it 


A. L. Prew, 




- 


3d 


do. 


17 


,17 


ti 


Bradford Rcbbins, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


n 


E. F. Rounds, . 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


it 


J. A. Swinson, . 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15 


19 


II 


Myles Standish, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


ii 


W. L. Strong, . 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


a 


W. S. Thornton, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


16 


,19 


tt 


A. J. Yorke, . 




_ 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


Corporal, . 


W. C. Gorman, 




5th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


_ 


Musician, . 


G. H. Collum, . 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


_ 


Private, 


F. C. Abbott, . 




5th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


_ 


tt 


J. A. Hornig, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


- 


u 


F. J. Nerney, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


- 


ii 


A. W. Purdy, . 




— 


3d 


do. 


— 



2 distinguished marksmen, 2 first class marksmen, 11 second class marksmen, 25 
third class marksmen, 14 unqualified members. Total, 54. 



104 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY K, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Captain, 


Charles F. Spear, 


5th Mass., K 










and M, 


2d Class, 


- 


Lieutenant, 


M.A.Colbert,. 


5th Mass., A 










and K, 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


J. R. McGrath, 


5th Mass., K, 


S. S., 


- 


Sergeant, . 


J. F. Mohan, . 


5th Mass., K, 


2d Class, 


- 


ii 


H. F. Barrett, . 


5th Mass., K, 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


T. B. Crane. . 


5th Mass., K, 


1st do. 


- 


ii 


William J. Leslie, . 


5th Mass., K, 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


J. S. Odom, . 


8th Mass., M, 


1st do. 


- 


it 


H. J. Matthews, 


5th Mass., K,& 










Hosp. Corps. 


2d do. 


- 


i< 


D. F. Foster, . 


5th Mass , K, 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


T. B. Allen, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


T. C. Brown, . 


5th Mass., K, 


2d do. 


- 


u 


Alex. Rose, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


J. M. Walker, . 


~ 


3d do. 


— 



1 sharpshooter, 2 first class marksmen, 8 second class marksmen, 3 third class 
marksmen, 38 unqualified members. Total, 52. 



COMPANY L, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 


• 


«< 




Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


ii 




<( 




ii 




Sergeant, 
Private, 




a 


, 


ii 




II 




<< 




(i 


, 


II 


. 


<( 




<( 


. 


<i 




ti 




Corporal, 


• 


Private, 


. 


ii 




tt 




it 


. 


tt 




tt 


. 


tt 




it 




ti 


. 


ti 


. 


tt 


. 


tt 




ti 




Captain, 
Lieutenant, 


• 



C. David Berg, 
John V. Lawier, 
Welsford J. Lutes, . 
J. Emanuel Berg, 
Walter E. Brown, . 
George F. Hindon, . 
John C. Spraker, Jr., 
Carl T. Anderson, . 
Harry C. Bacon, 
Walter E. Bacon, . 
Asa E. Barnes, 
George W. Bell, 
George S. Brackett, . 
Alex. S. Cederberg, . 
George D. Felderman, 
John E. Frost, . 
Harry M. Forsythe, . 
H. Ernest Haven, . 
James A. Haverstock, 
Wallace H. Hirtle, . 
Frederick R. Henderson, 
Odilon J. Honde, 
Joseph C. Jacobs, 
Fred. M. Loring, 
Charles F. Matthews, 
William E. Mitchell, 
Frank C. Pickering, . 
Dicksan M. Saskisian, 
William D. Taylor, . 
Alexander M. Briggs, 
W. Emerson Cleveland, 
John W. Hope, 
William F. Jacobus, 
Albert F. Pearson, . 
Joseph E. Seymour, 
Frank F. Cutting, . 
James H. Mann, 



5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 



5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 

5th Mass., L, 

5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 



5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 

5th Mass., L, 



5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 



5th Mass., L, 
5th Mass., L, 



D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


S. 


S., 


S. 


S, 


S. 


s., 


S. . 


3., 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



48, 49, 47 
45, 48, 43 
45, 49, 43 
45, 48, 46 
45, 48, 43 
45, 47, 43 
45, 46, 42 
19,22 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18,21 
20, 19 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18,20 
19,20 
19,20 
19,20 
19,21 
18, 19 
19,21 
18, 19 
20,22 
18, 19 
18,20 
17,17 
15,17 
16,17 
16,17 
15, 16 
15, 15 



1900.] 



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105 



COMPANY L, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 



Sank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Lieutenant, 


Clarence A. Perkins, 


5th Mass., L, 


2d Class, 




Corporal, . 


William H. Pedlar, . 


5th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


E. Lerov Sweetser, Jr., . 


5th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


Arthur B. Stephanson, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


Everett E. Thompson, . 


5th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


Robert Booth, Jr., . 


5th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


— 



3 distinguished marksmen, 4 sharpshooters, 29 second class marksmen, 7 third 
class marksmen, 15 unqualified members. Total, 58. 



COMPANY M, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 

Corporal, 

Private, 

Sergeant, 

Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 



Charles H. Groves, . 
Thomas B. Travers, . 
William A. Hastings, 
Everard Whittemore, 
Charles H. Abajain, 
Frank P. Dudley, . 
Joseph F. Shortsleeve, 
Patrick E. Healy, . 
Robert E. Adams, . 
Harry 0. Ambrook, 
George Downey, 
John G. Engliz, 
Frank L Lawrence, 
Patrick McGratb, . 
Solomon E. Russian, 
Robert E. Sheridan, 
Jerry Dupee, . 
William L. Persons, 



5th Mass., M, 
5th Mass., M, 



5th Mass., M, 



s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



47, 48, 46 
39,42 
22,23 

18, 18 
18,19 

19, 18 
19, 18 
15, 16 
15, 15 
15, 15 
15,17 

15, 19 

16, 16 
15,19 
18,16 
15, 15 



1 sharpshooter, 2 first class marksmen, 6 second class marksmen, 9 third class 
marksmen, 39 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



FIELD AND STAFF, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Major, 


Edward J. Gihon, . 


6th Mass., A, 


D. M., 


44, 48, 42 


t< 


Cyrus H. Cook, 


6th Mass., I, 


S. S., 


46, 46, 42 


Lieutenant, 


Clarence W. Coolidge, 


6th Mass., E, 


s. s., 


19,21 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


George H. Priest, . 


6th Mass., 


s. s., 


46, 47, 46 


Color Sergeant, . 


Francis C. Ames, 


6th Mass., H, 


1st Class, 


42,43 


Musician, . 


Phillip M. Emmott, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Q. M. Sergeant, 


Sumner E. Barnstead, 


6th Mass., H, 


1st do. 


_ 


Colonel, 


Charles K. Darling, . 


6th Mass., 


2d do. 


- 


Drum Major, 


Frank J. Metcalf, . 


6th Mass., 


2d do. 


_ 


Sergeant Major, 


Clark D. Whiteman, 


_ 


2d do. 


_ 


Lieutenant, 


Stanwood G. Sweetser, . 


6th Mass., 


2d do. 


— 



1 distinguished marksman, 3 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 5 second class 
marksmen, 8 unqualified members. Total, 19. 



106 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY A, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. 8. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Captain, 


Frank E. Gray, 


6th Mass., A, 


D. M., 


48, 48, 42 


Bugler, 


James H. Keough, . 


6th Mass., A, 


D. M., 


50, 50, 42 


Private, 


George W. Chesley, 


6th Mass., A, 


D. M., 


49, 47, 46 


Lieutenant, 


Elmer E. Morrison, . 


\ 6th Mass., A, 


S. S., 


49, 46, 44 


»« 


John H. McMahon, . 


6th Mass., A, 


s. s., 


48, 48, 45 


Sergeant, . 


Thomas W. McDonald, . 


6th Mass., A, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


<« 


Walter I. Sweetser, . 


6th Mass., A, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Corporal, . 


Walter G. Hunt, 


- 


S.S., 


44, 47, 42 


<< 


Manuel Dingle, 


U.S.S. Terror, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 44 


Private, 


Samuel Bourgeois, . 


- 


s. s., 


47, 47, 42 


<< 


George W. Card, 


6th Mass., A, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 42 


ii 


Alfred Ellis, . 


6th Mass., A, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 43 


ii 


Charles W. Parker, . 


6th Mass., A, 


s. s., 


46, 46, 43 


Sergeant, . 


William A. Haley, . 


6th Mass , A, 


1st Class, 


42,44 


Private, 


Arthur S. Bullens, . 


- 


1st do. 


44,45 


41 


Dion A. Malone, 


6th Mass., A, 


1st do. 


42,42 


11 


Lucius A. Tyler, 


6th Maes., A, 


1st do. 


42,46 


Sergeant, . 


Harvey G. Brock bank, . 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


J. Fred Ronan, 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


20,20 


Corporal, . 


Augustus M. Baxter, 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


19,19 


ii 


Clifford Mortimer, . 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Edward J. Connelly, 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


21, 19 


«< 


Frank W. Lynde, . 


1st N. Y., D, 


2d do. 


23, 19 


Private, 


John R. Bancroft, . 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


20, 18 


ii 


Edward W. Butler, . 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


Walter H. Comee. . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


«« 


Herbert J. Currier, . 


_ 


2d do. 


21, 19 


<( 


Enos Dulong, . 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


William H. Harrison, 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


Walter H. Myers, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,20 


tt 


Sydney J. Menadue, 


- 


2d do. 


21,20 


(i 


Chester H. Oliver, . 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


18,20 


tt 


Richard A. Roberts, 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


18,21 


ii 


Fred W. Shelton, . 


_ 


2d do. 


18,20 


•i 


George T. Sweeney, . 


- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


tt 


Joseph F. Vickery, . 


- 


2d do. 


20,20 


tt 


James P. Walsh, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ti 


Richard A. Whall, . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ti 


John A. Whittle, 


6th Mass., A, 


2d do. 


19, 18 


tt 


Charles W. Butler, . 


— 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Edward T. Clothey, 


_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Justire W. Crosby, . 


- 


3d do. 


17, 15 


ti 


John L. Doucette, . 


- 


3d do. 


16,16 


it 


John J. Haley, 


- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


it 


Cecil G. Hamiglet, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


William M. Hastings, 


- 


3d do. 


19, 15 


ii 


Arthur F. L. Kiander, 


- 


3d do. 


15,17 


ii 


Arthur I. Led with, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


ti 


John McLean, . 


6th Mass., A, 


3d do. 


17,17 


ii 


Stanley H. McNeil, . 


- 


3d do 


19,16 


n 


Timothy Mahoney, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ti 


Rufus A. Merrill, . 


6th Mass., H, 


3d do. 


15,18 


it 


Christie Peterson, . 


- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


it 


Herbert A. Ramsdell, 


6th Mass., A, 


3d do. 


19, 15 


it 


Franklin A. Ray, . 


6th Mass., A, 


3d do. 


17,17 


it 


Harry F. Russell, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ti 


Daniel W. Shanahan, 


- 


3d do. 


18,17 


tt 


Timothy A. Sliney, . 


- 


3d do. 


15,17 


tt 


John M. Widell, 




3d do. 


15, 16 



3 distinguished marksmen, 10 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 22 second 
class marksmen, 20 third class marksmen, 2 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



107 



COMPANY B, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Captain, 


David W. Colburn, . 




s. s., 


22,21 


Lieutenant, 


James C Smith, 


6th Mass., B, 


s. s., 


48, 49, 49 


Sergeant, . 


Ernest V. Rugg, 


- 


s. s., 


20, 19 


Corporal, . 


Clinton T. Lane, 


6th Mass., B, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 42 


<i 


George H. Trombly, 


6th Mass , B, 


8.8., 


45, 47, 46 


Private, 


Herbert N. Fisk, 


6th Mass., B, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 45 


ii 


James A. Nettel, 


- 


s. s , 


45, 46, 42 


Sergeant, . 


Charles W. Robinson, 


- 


1st Class, 


22,22 


«« 


George H. Lewis, 


6th Mass., B, 


1st do. 


22, 22 


Corporal, . 


Walter A. Bailey, . 


6th Mass., B, 


1st do. 


46, 45 


Private, 


George F. Lawrence, 


- 


1st do. 


19, 15 


Sergeant, . 


Sumner B. Lawrence, 


6th Mass., B, 


2d do. 


21, 18 


si 


Charles E. Akeley, . 


6th Mass., B, 


2d do. 


22,21 


Corporal, . 


William J. Tedford, 


- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


ii 


Ernest N. Wheeler, . 


6th Mass., B, 


2d do. 


21,21 


Musician, . 


Edwin B. Lancey, . 


6th Mass., B, 


2d do. 


22,21 


Private, 


Harry A. Allison, . 


- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


«< 


Aubrey D. Corkum, 


- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


t< 


Percy H. Fitzgerald, 


6th Mass., B, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


Charles H. Gay, 


- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


it 


George H. H olden, . 


- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


<« 


Joseph W. C. Ibbottson, . 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


i< 


Carl S. King, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,19 


ii 


Charles F. McCorniskey, 


6th Mass., B, 


2d do. 


20, 19 


(< 


Raymond B. Page, . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


(< 


Amos C. Savage, 


- 


2d do. 


22,22 


<< 


Charles T. Savage, . 


- 


2d do. 


22,22 


n 


Henry S. Smith, 


- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


' «i 


Edward R. Woolford, . 


_ 


2d do. 


23,22 


Ii 


Francis B. Cass, 


- 


3d do. 


18,17 


<< 


Herbert T. Harrington, . 


- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


II 


William G. Holden, . 


- 


3d do. 


19, 16 


«i 


Wesley W. Kenyon, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


John M. Orr, . 


6th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


18, 17 


it 


William H. Savage, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


ii 


Ethan H. Washer, . 


6th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


19, 16 


ii 


Edward C. Webb, . 


6th Mass., B, 


3d do. 


17, 16 


Corporal, . 


Fred. W. Young, Jr., 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


Harry J. Fisher, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


<i 


William J. Robinson, 


1st Mass., B, 


3d do. 


~ 



7 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 19 second class marksmen, 10 third class 
marksmen, 21 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



COMPANY C, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, 


William C. Gannon, 




D. M., 


50, 50, 47 


Captain, 


Thomas Livingston, 


6th Mass., C, 


S. S., 


47, 46, 44 


Sergeant, . 


Alexander D. Mitchell, . 


6th Mass., C, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


<t 


Ralph W. Clogston, 


6th Mass., C, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 46 


it 


Walter P. Berry, . 


6th Mass., C, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


Corporal, . 


Harry M. McQueston, 


6th Mass., C, 


s. s., 


46, 46, 45 


<« 


Bert W. Chandler, . 


6th Mass., C, 


s. s., 


50, 47, 44 


Private, 


Percy E. Swaby, 


- 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


k 


Benjamin P. Saunders, . 


- 


s. s., 


46, 46, 45 


Lieutenant, 


Colby T. Kittridge, . 


6th Mass., C, 


1st Class, 


42,42 


Corporal, . 


John H. Kelsey, 


6th Mass., C, 


1st do. 


44,43 


<( 


Charles L. Faneuf, . 


6th Mass., C, 


1st do. 


42,44 



108 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPACT C, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 



Namk. 



Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Corporal, . 


Ross Miller, 


6th Mass., C, 


1st Class, 


42,44 


Private, 


Fred Chandler, 


- 


1st 


do. 


46,44 


it 


Charles S. Winslow, 


6th Mass., C, 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


<« 


Gardner W. Pearson, 


6th Mass., C, 


1st 


do. 


15, 16 


14 


Algernon B. Varnum, 


1 6th Mass., C, 


1st 


do. 


21,22 


Lieutenant, 


Frank G. Rose, 


14th N.Y., E, 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


Sergeant, . 


Leslie J. Wisener, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


Russell S. Going, 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


22,22 


Bugler, 


Francis Rigg, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


Private, 


Eugene L. Aldrich, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


14 . . 


Percy E. Britton, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


" . . 


Ezra J. Bowden, 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


21.22 
18,20 


" . . 


Francis Burns, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


** . . 


Eleazor Bouchard, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


" . . 


Erwin A. Blaisdell, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


" . . 


John H. Cooper, 


- 


2d 


do. 


21,22 


" . . 


Joseph Cavanaugh, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


. • 


Clarence R. Decatur, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" . . 


Maurice E. Hardy, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


19,19 


" . . 


Horatio W. Hatch, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


" . . 


Cornelius J. Kelleher, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


" . . 


Thomas I. Linscott, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


* . # 


Louis Mercier, . 


6th Mass , C, 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


" . . 


William A. Mitchell, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" . . 


Francis J. O'Hearn, 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


" . . 


Willard D. Pratt, . 


, 6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


" . . 


Albert E. Richardson, 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


*• . . 


Charles E. Tilton, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


11 . . 


Ralph E. Trueworthv, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


" . . 


William Walker, . 


6th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


17, 18 


. • 


George H. Connell, . 


6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


" . . 


Charles J. Duffy, . 


6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" . . 


Edward M Flanigan, 


6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


" . . 


Frank L. Kelley, . 


1 6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


" . , 


Frank W. McGlyn, . 


i 6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


" . . 


Frank W. O'Brien, . 


6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


17, 16 


" a . 


George W. Peterson, 


6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


17,21 


• • 


J. Douglass Rivet, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17,20 


" . . 


George Sutherland, . 


6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


• • 


Moses Tavlor, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


•* # , 


Ross D. Whitmarsh, 


- 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


" . , 


Arcbibauld McAuley, 


6th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


• - 


• 


Ernest L. Walker, . 


! 6th Mass., C, 

i 


2d 


do. 


— 



1 distinguished marksman, 8 sharpshooters, 8 first class marksmen, 26 second class 
marksmen 12 third class marksmen, 2 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



COMPANY D, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


John F. McDowell, . 


6th Mass., D, 


S. S., 


45, 46, 46 


Lieutenant, 


Andrew J. Wbelan, . 


6th Mass., D, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 45 


H 


William L. Conrad, . 


6th Mass., D, 


8.8., 


45, 48, 45 


Sergeant, . 


Jeremiah J. McDowell, . 


6th Mass., D, 


1st Class, 


18,20 


Corporal, . 


Thomas F. Pepper, . 


6th Mass., D, 


1st do. 


44,43 


M 


Timothy J Sheehan, 


- 


1st do. 


42,42 


Sergeant, . 


Anthonv J. Conlon, . 


6th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


19,18 


M 


Frank Driscoll, 


6th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


18,18 


<< 


William H. Dolan, . 


6th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


19,21 


Corporal, . 


John J. Mahan, 


6th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


Charles Bonner, 


6th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


23,22 



1900.] 



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109 



COMPANY D, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Corporal, . 


John H. Morrilly, . 


6th Mass., D, 


2d Class, 


20,20 


Private, 


Philip Caouette, 


- 


2d do. 


18,21 


<« 


Patrick W. Burns, . 


_ 


2d do 


19, 19 


<< 


Joseph Dargle, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«< 


Joseph A. Girard, . 


- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


«< 


Thomas E. Winters, 


_ 


2d do. 


22,22 


(i 


George Wild, . 


- 


2d do. 


22, 18 


Sergeant, . 


John J. O'Connor, . 


6th Mass., D, 


3d do 


18, 17 


Corporal, . 


John F. Killelea, . 


6th Mass., D, 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Musician, . 


Joseph H. McDowell, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Private, 


George L. Baker, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


<< 


Charles P. Anderson, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Horace Anderson, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


^^ 


Joseph Beauregard, . 


- 


3d do. 


16,15 


«« 


George Bosley, . 


6th Mass., D, 


3d do 


15,18 


<< 


William S. Lamothe, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<« 


George Maxfield, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


it 


Patrick H. Devine, . 


- 


3d do. 


15,16 


«< 


Joseph Dufort, 


- 


3d do. 


17, 16 


«< 


Fred E. Edson, 


- 


3d do. 


18, 15 


<< 


Alfred T. Feeley, . 


- 


3d do. 


18, 17 


n 


William J. Foley, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<« 


Joseph L. Gokey, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<c 


Jerry E. Heelan, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 17 


<« 


George W. Langley, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


«< 


Henry E. Lucier, 


- 


3d do. 


16,15 


«< 


George W. Murphy, 


- 


3d do. 


16,16 


«< 


Ermin Paulin, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


(< 


Eddie Underwood, . 


- 


3d do. 


17, 18 


ii 


Peter Jennings, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 19 




Maxim Lavoie, 


— 


3d do. 


15, 15 



3 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 12 second class marksmen, 24 third class 
marksmen, 12 unqualified members. Total, 54. 



COMPANY E, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Lieutenant, 


Herbert W. Damon, 


6th Mass., E, 


S. S., 


45, 48, 44 


Private, 


Lord E. Wyman, 


- 


s. s., 


44, 47, 42 


Sergeant, . 


Robert A. McNeilly, 


6th Mass., E, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 42 


Lieutenant, 


George W. Sullivan, 


6th Mass., E, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 42 


Private, 


Isaac S. Cunningham, 


- 


1st Class, 


18, 18 


ii 


Frank Columbia, 


- 


1st 


do. 


22,22 


Corporal, . 


Frank J. Ganaway, . 


6th Mass., E, 


1st 


do. 


42,43 


Private, 


Walter Haenbar, 


5th Mass., B, 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


Sergeant, . 


Frederic M. Kendall, 


6th Mass., E, 


1st 


do. 


45,43 


<« 


George O. Parker, . 


6th Mass., E, 


1st 


do. 


42,43 


Corporal, . 


Frank E. Sanderson, 


6th Mass., E, 


1st 


do. 


44,45 


Private, 


James E. Bemis, 


- 


2d 


do. 


23,22 


ii 


Joseph L. Benson, . 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


22,20 


<« 


John W. Brown, 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


<< 


George F. Conant, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


<< 


George R. Coolidge, 


- 


2d 


do. 


20,18 


Corporal, . 


William H. Damon, 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


<« 


Preston D. Forbush, 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


Herbert A. Forbush, 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


19, 15 


«< 


John B. Foley, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Jacob B. Flagg, 


- 


2d 


do. 


22, 22 


Sergeant, . 


William A. Gaines, . 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


22, 22 


Private, 


Benjamin Glidden, . 


' 


2d 


do. 


18, 15 



110 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY E, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1800. 


Musician, . 


Frank L. Harding, . 


6th Mass., E, 


2d Class, 


21,19 


Private, 


Mark A Heffernan, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


Captain, 


Isaac N. Marshall, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


21, 19 


Private, 


George J. Porter, 
Charles W. S. Pease, 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


22,21 


Corporal, . 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


Private, 


Cbauncey L. Simpson, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


«« 


Daniel D. Thurlow, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


Corporal, . 


Walter F. Chamberlain, . 


6th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Private, 


Otis Conant, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


u 


Ralph 0. Davis, 


- 


3d 


do. 


18,16 


«« 


Harrv E.Dillon, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


ti 


John E. Driscoll, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


it 


Charlie E. Foye, 


- 


3d 


do. 


18,17 


« 


Wallace C. Gaines, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


<< 


Donald Goss, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


<« 


Joseph Herbert, 


- 


3d 


do. 


19, 16 


<< 


Ernest F. Hunter, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17,16 


« 


Oscar E. Johnson, . 


6th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


19,15 


«< 


Robert M. Lewis, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16,15 


<< 


Henry L. Lord, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


ii 


Albert V. Monroe, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16,15 


<< 


William H. Moore, Jr., . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17, 16 


<< 


John F. Panton, 


6th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


ii 


Henry Ralston, 


6th Mass., E. 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


Sergeant, . 


Walter F. Taylor, . 


6th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


Private, 


Olney H. Harris, 


6th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


™ 



4 sharpshooters, 7 first class marksmen, 20 second class marksmen, 18 third class 
marksmen, 8 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



COMPANY F, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 




Sergeant, 
<< 


• 


Corporal, . 
Private, 


• 


ii 




<« 


# 


Sergeant, 
Private, 


• 


Captain, 

Sergeant, 

Corporal, 
ii 


• 


Musician, 


. 


Private, 


. 


<t 




<< 




<< 




<• 


m 


ii 




<< 


# 


«i 


, 


u 




ii 


. 


(< 


. 


it 




ii 


m 


Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


ii 


• 



Frank E. Cutter, 
Aaron W. Hosmer, 
Warren E. Hapgood, 
Elton E. Howe, 
Harry C. Perry, 
Charles H. Small, 
Clarence P. Waul, 
Charles W. Holbrook, 
Elden L. Holt, . 
Franklin G. Taylor, 
Walter A. Wood, 
Burton L. Morton, 
James G. Patterson, 
Frank A. Warner, 
Herbert F. Ackels, 
Henry G. Adams, 
Rolan H. Baker, 
Riley A. Berry, 
William Cole, . 
Chester W. Dudley, 
Freeman S. Hewey, 
Albert N. Jones, 
Joseph Leduc, . 
Charles E. Partridge, 
Fred. W. Pratt, 
Walter H. Readio, 
Ardeen Schwartz, 
David H. Bishop, 
Benjamin M. Copeland, 
John F. Donavon, . 



6th Mass., F, 
6th Mass., F, 
6th Mass., F, 
6th Mass., F, 

6th Mass., F, 

6th Mass., F, 
6th Mass., F, 
6th Mass., F, 
6th Mass., F, 

6th Mass., F, 



6th Mass., F, 



6th Mass., F, 
6th Mass., F, 
6th Mass., F, 



S.S., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



45, 46, 42 
44, 46, 44 

46, 46, 44 

44, 50, 42 
46,46,44 

45, 46, 43 
44, 46, 44 

44,47 
42,43 
18, 19 
18, 18 
20, 20 
22,18 

18, 19 

19, 19 

20, 19 
20,20 

21, 20 
18,20 

19, 18 
20,21 

20, 18 
19,20 
20,21 
18, 18 
20,20 
19,20 
16,17 

15, 15 

16, 15 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



Ill 



COMPANY F, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


John Desmarais, 




3d Class, 


16,18 


u 


Arthur C. Faulkner, 


6th Mass., F, 


3d do. 


17,18 


l< 


James E. Faunce, . 


- 


3d do. 


17,19 


II 


William I. Golbert, . 


_ 


3d do. 


17, 15 


<< 


Robert E. Green, 


- 


3d do. 


17,17 


a 


Walter E. Hamlin, . 


_ 


3d do. , 


15, 21 


11 


William W. Jacobs, 


_ 


3d do. 


15,17 


<< 


Clarence V. Lee, 


- 


3d do. 


16,18 


<« 


Carlton A. Newton, . 


6th Mass., F, 


3d do. 


15,18 


<« 


Everette H. Neale, . 


_ 


3d do. 


16,17 


u 


John L. Stevens, 


- 


3d do. 


16,20 


i< 


Napoleon Vaillancourt, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Sergeant, . 


George W. Higgins, 


6th Mass., F, 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 


John A. Ward, 


6th Mass., F, 


3d do. 


— 



7 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 18 second class marksmen, 17 third class 
marksmen, 16 unqualified members. Total, 60. 



COMPANY G, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, 




Captain, 


. 


Private, 


. 


Lieutenant, 


. 


Private, 


. 


Sergeant, . 


• 


Bugler, 


• 


Sergeant, 


# 


Private, 


. 


Sergeant, 


. 


u 




Private, 




Corporal, 


. 


Private, 


, . 


<< 




<< 




u 




«< 




n 




<« 




<« 




<< 




<< 




<( 




Corporal, 


. 


<< 




<< 


. 


Lieutenant, 
Corporal, 


• 


Private, 


• 


«< 




tt 




u 




it 




Corporal, 


. 


Private, 


. 


it 




«i 




<i 




ii 


• 



Ernest E. Bailey, 
Edward B. Carr, 
Charles A. L. Dane, 
William Fairweather, 
Fred. H. Heath, 
Lewis G. Hunton, . 

William C. Jaques, . 



Frederick C. M. Silk, 
Arthur T. Baker, . 
George R. Caldwell, 
Pearl T. Durrell, 
Armeine Grenier, 
Jeremiah Leary, 
Caleb Brimijion, 
Allen E. Buzzell, 
Prescott A. Buzzell, 
Walter Chase, . 
Fred R. Cheney, 
John A. Caldwell, 
George D. Crowell, 
John A. Delmon, 
John Dempsey, 
Frank Dodge, . 
Michael M. Doyle, 
John J. Gair, 
William J. Goodwin 
Daniel M. Hayes, 
George S. Howard, 
Fred G. Hunton, 
Charles C. Johnson, 
Peter Keville, . 
Thomas F. Muldoon 
Joseph Murphy, 
James H. Pearson, 
William H. Prescott, 
Howard W. Blacktin, 
George Brock, . 
Fred. H. Clifford, . 
Patrick H. Driscoll, . 
David A. Haskell, . 



6th Mass., G, 
6th Mass., G, 

6th Mass., G 

and A. 
6th Mass., N. 

C. S. 
6th Mass., G, 
6th Mass., G, 

6th Mass., G, 
6th Mass., G, 
6th Mass., G, 



6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 

6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 

6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 

6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 
6th Mass., G 



S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

s. s., 

s. s, 

1st Class, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



50, 48, 47 
45, 47, 48 
49, 46, 46 

21, 19 
47, 47, 46 
44, 46, 47 

44, 47, 48 

45, 47, 46 
42, 42 • 



42 
43 
42 
42 
19 
18 
19 
21 
18 
19 
21 
18 
19 
18 
18 
20 
21 
19 
21 
19 
20 
19 
21 
21 
19 
20 
19 
16 
16 
15 
17 



44 
42 
43 
42 
19 
18 
18 
20 
19 
18 
22 
18 
19 
20 
18 
20 
21 
19 
21 
18 
19 
20 
20 
18 
18 
21 
15 
17 
15 
16 
16 



112 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY G, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


8ervice in U. 8. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, . . Frederick R. Jones, . 

" . . Pearl R. Kenney, 
Sergeant, . . George H. McNamara, . 
Private, . . Napoleon E. Fisher, 


3d Class, 
3d do. 

6th Mass., G, 1st do. 

6th Mass., G, 2d do. 


16, 15 
15, 15 



8 sharpshooters, 6 first class marksmen, 23 second class marksmen, 7 third class 
marksmen, 10 unqualified members. Total, 54. 



COMPANY H, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 
Lieutenant, 


• 


Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


u 




ii 




Lieutenant, 


. 


Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Private, 


; 


Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Bugler, 
Private, 


. 


it 




u 




<< 




u 


. 


ii 




(< 




•i 


. 


ii 


. 


ii 




ii 


. 


ii 




ii 


# 


ii 




ii 




ii 


. 


ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 


. 


ii 




ii 


# 


ii 




ii 




ii 




Corporal, 

M 


• 


It 


. 


Private, 


i 


ii 




ii 




ii 


• 



Warren E. Sweetser, 
George R. Barnstead, 
Duncan M. Stewart, 
Gilbert Wright, 
Joseph H. Doucette, 
Arthur N. Newhall, 
John H. Nutting, 
William D. Desmond, 
Patrick J. Scanlon, 
Thomas M. Croke, 
Robert F. Chase, 

Samuel F. Wiggin, 
Frederick Kelley, 
Frank A. Wilkins, 
Oliver E. Ames, 
Henry G. Camerlin, 
Allan Lee Lafoe, 
Frank H. Lane, 
Robert S. Mackintosh, 
Henry Mercer, . 
Amasa R. Nason, 
John W. Scanlon, 
Edward B. Shaw, 
Edward B. Smalley, 
Charles A. Stubbs, 
Harry Wright, . 
Sylvanus Ames, 
Charles E. Brown, 
Michael J. Connolly, 
Dwight D. Dewhurst, 
William B. Gove, . 
Harold E. Jewett, . 
George E. Kendall, . 
William S. Lewis, . 
Martin F. McDonough, 
William Muse, . 
Moody Newhall, 
Clarence W. Orcutt, . 
Alfred B. Pierson, . 
Richard T. Trakey, . 
Ralph H. Barnstead, 
George A. Cannell, . 
Charles W. Evans, . 
Albert H. Cass, 
Henry P. Connell, . 
J. Ervin Johnson, . 
Frank H. Prince, 



6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass , H, 

6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
2d Light Artil- 
lery, F. 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 

6th Mass., H, 



6th Mass., H, 

6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 



6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 



6th Mass., H, 



6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., H, 
6th Mass., A, 



D. M., 

S. S., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

1st Class, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 
2d do. 

2d do. 
2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 



50, 50, 48 

49, 50, 48 
47, 49, 46 
47, 46, 46 
47, 47, 44 

50, 50, 48 
47, 46, 46 

23.22 



24 
43 

19 

18 
22 
18 
19 
20 
19 
18 
18 
20 
18 
21 
18 
18 
18 
21 
16 
15 
15 
15 
17 
15 
17 
15 
15 
15 
16 
15 
16 
15 



23 
43 
20 

18 
22 
18 
19 
20 
21 
18 
20 
19 
18 
22 
21 
19 
18 
21 
16 
15 
16 
15 
15 
15 
18 
15 
15 
15 
17 
17 
15 
16 



1 distinguished marksman, 6 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 17 second 
class marksmen, 19 third class marksmen, 12 unqualified members. Total, 69. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



113 



COMPANY I, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Sergeant, . 


James H. Tolman, . 


6th Mass., I, 


d. : 


M., 


44, 48, 42 


Lieutenant, 


William N. Decker, . 


6th Mass., I, 


S. 5 


»•> 


46, 47, 44 


Sergeant, . 


John W. Hagerty, . 


6th Mass., I, 


S. g 


>•> 


46, 48, 44 


Captain, 


Joseph S. Hart, 


6th Mass., I, 


1st Class, 


44,47 


Lieutenant, 


Francis T. Jackson, . 


6th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


44 


43 


Corporal, . 


Harry R. Worthley, 


6th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


44 


42 


Private, 


Albertus L. Dakin, . 


6th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


42 


42 


<( 


Charles E. Miner, . 


6th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


45 


44 


(< 


Peter P. Linnerud, . 


- 


1st 


do. 


43 


44 


<( § , 


Thomas Todd, Jr., . 


6th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


45 


44 


Sergeant, . 


Theodore L. Smith, . 


6th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


21 


21 


Private, 


Richard W. Powers, 


- 


1st 


do. 


22 


21 


Sergeant, . 


John W. Cull, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


,19 


(i . 


James W. Byron, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19 


,20 


Corporal, . 


Philip A. Davis, 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


a m . 


John C. Anderson, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


,21 


<( t 


Willard Hunt, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20 


,21 


(i m . 


William H. Hill, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


23 


,23 


<< m # 


James L. Powers, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


,21 


Musician, . 


Charles F. Foreman, 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


21 


,23 


Private, 


Arthur J. Anderson, 


5th Mass., F, 


2d 


do. 


18 


, 18 


<< 


Patrick F. Carson, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


<« 


Fred. B.Derby, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


, 19 


«< 


George H. Dodge, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


t< . 


Edward W. Flannery, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


ti . 


John J. Flannery, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19 


,21 


«( 


Charles F. Golder, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20 


,20 


<( 


James P. Hagerty, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19 


,21 


(< 


Albion J. Hansen, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


21 


,21 


« 


Joseph B. Hayes, 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


, 19 


(< 


Josiah B. Haynes, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


ti 


William J. Hennessey, . 


6th Mass , I, 


2d 


do. 


21 


,22 


<« 


Nathaniel P. How, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


20 


ti 


Frank F. Ireland, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


21 


<< 


Harry F. Libby, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


<« 


William P. Libby, . 


3d Conn., 


2d 


do. 


20 


21 


<( 


Owen E. Martin, 


- 


2d 


do. 


21 


21 


ti 


Michael J. McHugh, 


- 


2d 


do. 


20 


21 


IC 


Patrick F. McHugh, 


- 


2d 


do. 


20 


21 


<( 


William Monson, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19 


22 


ft 


Dennis J. O'Connell, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


«( 


John Olsen, 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19 


19 


<( 


Herbert W. Owen, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


(1 


Ralph B. Peterson, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


(( 


Thomas Peterson, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


«« 


Robert L. Richardson, . 


6th Mass., A, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


i< 


Harry G. Saunders, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19 


20 


«( 


Walter Sohier, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19 


21 


It 


Charles H. Whitney, 


6th Mass , I, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


<( 


Albert E. Willis, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


ti 


Michael J. Flannery, 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


17, 


17 


<« 


William L. Hildeburn, . 


6th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


- 


«< 


Edwin A. Parmenter, 


- 


S. fi 


• > 


- 


«( 


Ralph H. Howe, 


- 


3d Class, 


16,17 


<( 


John J. Kelleher, 


6th Mass., 


3d 


do. 


17, 19 


ti 


Alexander J. Losaw, 


6th Mass., 


3d 


do. 


17,18 



1 distinguished marksman, 3 sharpshooters, 9 first class marksmen, 40 second 
class marksmen, 3 third class marksmen, 3 unqualified members. Total, 59. 



114 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY K, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Xamk. 


Service it 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Captain, 


Ulysses A. Goodell, 


6th Mass., K, 


S. S., 


19, 18 


Lieutenant, 


Andrew If. Higgins, 


- 


2d Class, 


19, 16 


Sergeant, . 


William F. Lee, 


6th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Charles A. Clark, 




_ 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


Corporal, . 


John A. Peterson, 




6th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


«< 


Lucian G. Butman, 




6th Mass , K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Bugler, 


John Norman, . 




6th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


Alfred Garceau, 




_ 


2d 


do. 


19,22 


• « 


Joseph King, . 




6th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


(< 


Theodore Langevin, 




- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


Albert Perrv, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Private, 


Edwin J. Baker, 




6th Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Andrew L. Keves, 




- 


3d 


do. 


19,17 


<< 


Joseph Lucier, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


«( 


William H. Prince, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


18, 17 


<i 


Jeremiah Russell, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


i< 


Frank Tremblv, 




6th Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Clarence G. Shippee, 




6th Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


Frank E. Bonnette, 




6th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


Henry Gary, 




6th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


- 


Private, 


Napoleon Boiteau, 




- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


Louis Bouchard, 




- 


3d 


do. 


- 


ii 


George E. Budget, 




6th Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


- 


<< 


Caleline Gauthier, 




- 


2d 


do. 


- 


«( 


Joseph J. Derosier, 




- 


3d 


do. 


- 


«< 


Adelard Hufault, 




- 


3d 


do. 


— 



1 sharpshooter, 12 second class marksmen, 13 third class marksmen, 21 unqualified 
members. Total, 47. 



COMPANY L, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 




Sergeant, 


. 


Musician, 


. ' 


Sergeant, 
ii 


. 1 


«« 




Corporal, 
Sergeant, 
Captain, 
Private, 


• 


Corporal, 
Private, 




ii 




Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


u 




II 




<( 




II 




(( 


. 


II 




(< 




Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


<< 




M 




II 


' 



G. W. Braxton, 
W. E. Carter, Jr., 
J. H. Moore, . 
H. H. 0. Burwell, 
W. B. Gould, Jr., 
J. G. Holmes, . 
J. H. Prvor, . 
G. W. Watson, 
W. J. Williams, 
G. R. Betts, . 
S. F. Carter. . 
C. F. Chandler, 
G. A. Dennis, . 
L. E. Dunbar, . 
G. W. Floyd, . 
T. Mosebv, 
R. L. Phillips, . 
W. H. Saunders, 
G. H. Wheaton, 
W. H. Wilson, 
P. J Wintield, . 
G. F Seamon, . 
Louis Buckner, 
W S Carpenter, 
A. H. Gaskins, 
Edward Harding, 
J. W. B. Hawkins, 
W. A. Johnson, 



6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass 
6th Mass. 

6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 

6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 

6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6tb Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 
6th Mass. 



s. s., 


47,4 


s. s., 


20, 


s. s., 


21, 


IstClass, 


42, 


1st 


do. 


45, 


1st 


do. 


47, 


1st 


do. 


42, 


1st 


do. 


44, 


1st 


do. 


42, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 



21 
21 
43 
45 
48 
44 
48 
43 
22 
19 
18 
18 
19 
18 
18 
21 
18 
19 
20 
20 
18 
16 
15 
15 
17 
18 
17 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



115 



COMPANY L, SIXTH KEGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. Record 
, _ Class. 
Regt. and Co. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 
«« 

a 

(< 

<< 

<< 

a 

a 




P. A. Jones, 
A. E. Jordan, . 
Theo. W. Lee, . 

Murry, 

L. A. Stewart, . 
F. Thomas, 

Trent, 

J. P. Twist, . 




6th Mass., L, 
6th Mass , L, 
6th Mass., L, 

6th Mass., L, 


3d Class, 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 


15, 15 

16, 17 

17, 18 
15, 17 
15,15 
15, 15 
15,16 
16,17 



3 sharpshooters, 6 first class marksmen, 13 second class marksmen, 14 third class 
marksmen, 22 unqualified members. Total, 58. 



COMPANY M, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 

Lieutenant, 
Sergeant, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Musician, 

Private, 
<« 

Corporal, 
(i 

Private, 



Corporal, 



J. F. Barrett, . 

Charles H. Kimball, 
Stanley Donahoe, 
James Furse, . 
George H. Phillips, 
George A. Wilcox, 
Fred. Gaskill, . 
Ralph S. Wood, 
Jno. E. Donnelly, 
Geo. W. Bent, . 
Fred. H. Curtis, 
James T. Home, 
Charles E. O. Karle, 
Peter E. Moore, 
Jno. A. McKenzie, 
William G. Pond, 
William J. Strutbers, 
Edwin J. R. Bennett, 
Charles E. Dewing, . 
William E. Batchelor, 
Richard A. Cosman, 
Jno. J. Gardner, 
Geo. S. Gilmore, 
Abraham Guyott, 
Walter L. Hagar, 
Fred. S. Little, 
W. Fitch Purdy, 
Walter E. Thayer, 
Herbert B. Briggs, 



6th Mass., M, 

6th Mass., M, 
6th Mass., M, 
6th Mass., M, 

6th Mass., M, 
6th Mass., M, 

6th Mass., M, 



6th Mass., M, 

6th Mass., M, 
6th Mass., M, 



6th Mass., M, 



D. 


M., 


S. 1 


3., 


S. S., 


1st Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



21, 22 at 600 

vards, 

45, 46, 45 

45, 46, 44 

43,42 



19 
18 
18 
21 
21 
18 
18 
21 
19 
19 
18 
18 
IS 
17 
15 
15 
15 
1.5 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 



20 
21 
18 
21 
22 
19 
19 
21 
20 
19 
18 
19 
18 
19 
16 
15 
15 
17 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
19 



1 distinguished marksman, 2 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 13 second 
class marksmen, 12 third class marksmen, 21 unqualified members. Total, 50. 



FIELD AND STAFF, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 


G. W Langdon, 


8th Mass., A, 


S.S., 


47,47 


Q. M. Sergeant, . 


Charles H. Newhall, 


8th Mass., I, 


2d Class, 


19,21 


Colonel, 


William A. Pew, Jr., 


8th Mass., 


S. S., 


- 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


E. W. M Bailey, . 


8th Mass., 


s. s., 


- 


P. M. Sergeant, . 


A. T. Wonson, 


- 


s. s., 


- 


Color Sergeant, . 


W. F. Marston, 


8th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


— 



116 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



FIELD AND STAFF, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 



Rank. 


Sa.uk. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Kegt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1890. 


Drum Major, 


W. H. Thomas, 


8th Mass., N. 
C. S. 


8.8., 


- 


Major, 


F. A. Graves, . 


8th Mass , 


1st Class, 


- 


fl 


E. H. Eldridge, 




8th Mass., 


1st do. 


- 


Lieutenant, 


J. H. Craig, . 




8th Mass., L, 


1st do. 


- 


«< 


J.C. Barr, 




- 


1st do. 


- 


Surgeon, . 


T. L. Jenkins, . 




8th Mass., 


2d do. 


- 


Asst. Surgeon, . 


P. P. T. Logan, 




8th Mass., 


2d do. 


- 


Color Sergeant, . 


A. L. Standley, 




8th Mass., E, 


2d do. 


- 


Major, 


William Stopford, 




8th Mass., 


1st do. 


— 



6 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 4 second class marksmen, 2 unqualified 
members. Total, 17. 



COMPANY A, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, . 


Joseph G. Flagg, 


8th Mass., A, 


S.S., 


44, 48, 42 


Private, 


Joseph Guerette, 


- 


3d Class, 


15,15 


«< 


Howard D. Harris, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Captain, 


Alexander G. Perkins, 


8th Mass., A, 


S. S., 


- 


Lieutenant, 


William F. Flanders, 




8.8., 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Frederick J. Hay, . 


8th Mass., A, 


S. S., 


- 


Corporal, . 


John J. Horgan, 


8th Mass., A, 


2d Class, 


- 


i< 


Andrew J. Fowler, . 


8th Mass., A, 


3d do. 


- 


Musician, . 


William A. Dickie, . 


8th Mass., A, 


1st do. 


- 


Private, 


George E. Hodgkins, 


- 


S. S., 


- 


it 


Patrick J. O'Connor, 


8th Mass., A, 


2d Class, 


- 


«< 


Wilbert M. Page, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


Charles W. Pond, . 


— 


S. S., 


— 



6 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 3 second class marksmen, 3 third class 
marksmen, 32 unqualified members. Total, 45. 



COMPANY C, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 




Sergeant, 
Captain, 
Sergeant, 
<« 


• 


«< 


. 


Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


M 


. 


«< 


, . 


Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


<« 




<< 


. 


14 




<( 




II 




(( 




<( 




(( 




<( 


• 



Jesse G. Lent, . 
Henry S Peach, 
Frank Tucker, . 
William C. Eustis, . 
Charles H. Graves, . 
John W. Kelley, . 
James A. Cahoon, . 
Lewis H. A. Chapman, 
Arthur L. Folsom, . 
William J. Gillis, . 
John J. Lahey, 
Allie Lavender, 
Fred J. Lorenz, 
William H. Mastonell, 
Henry 0. Paine, 
William A. Pitman, 
William H. Quigley, 
Harry N. Sterer, 
Herbert N. Symonds, 
William Wheeler, 
Dexter S. Cash, 



8th Mass., C, 
8th Mass., C, 



8th Mass., C, 
8th Mass., C, 
8th Mass., C, 
8th Mass., C, 



8th Mass., C, 



8th Mass., C, 



S. s., 


15, 


1st Class, 


18, 


1st 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


15, 


2d 


do. 


15, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


- 



15 
18 
18 
16 
15 
18 
15 
16 
17 
15 
16 
15 
15 
16 
15 
15 
15 
15 
16 
15 



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117 



COMPANY C, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 

Corporal, . 

Private, 
<< 

<« 


Ashton Doliber, 
Joseph H. Goss, 
James F. Hathorne, . 
George P. Kelley, . 
Wallace D. Weed, . 


8th Mass., C, 
8th Mass., C, 
8th Mass., C, 

8th Mass., C, 


1st Class, 
2d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 


- 



1 sharpshooter, 3 first class marksmen, 5 second class marksmen, 17 third class 
marksmen, 19 unqualified members. Total, 45. 

COMPANY D, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 
Sergeant, . 
Private, 
Lieutenant, 
<( 

Sergeant, 



Private, 

Corporal, 
<« 

Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Musician, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 

Corporal, 
<« 

Private, 



Charles T. Hilliker, 
Charles J. Jeffers, 
William T. Abbott, 
Thomas J. Cobey, 
William F. Young, 
Edward I. Piper, 
William W. Cann, 
Charles J. Johnson, 
George Nicholson, 
Oscar L. Bacheller, 
David H. Clark, 
Rolla J. Dore, . 
George W. Kennedy, 
Neil McDonald, 
T. J. McPherson, 
Simmons E. Mitchell, 
John H Quigley, 
John L. Southwick, 
Hamilton Spencer, 
Erick Y. Aklund, 
George I. Annable, 
Edward L. Face, 
John W. Gosslin, 
Harlan W. Jenkins, 
James A. Knox, 
John Moore, 
Arthur Pillsbury, 
John B. Gallagher, 
John H. Lafferty, 
Charles E. Derby, 
Carroll V. H. Burnham, 
Henry S. Colby, 
H. W. Cummings, 
Herbert W. Hill, 
Adolph Langlois, 
Henry M. Stone, 



8th Mass., D, 
8th Mass., D, 

8th Mass., D, 

8th Mass., D, 



8th Mass., D, 
8th Mass., D, 

8th Mass., D, 

8th Mass., D, 

8th Mass., D, 
8th Mass., D, 



8th Mass., D, 
8th Mass.,D, 

8th Mass., D, 



8th Mass., D, 

8th Mass., D, 
8th Mass., D, 
8th Mass., D, 
8th Mass., D, 
8th Mass., D, 



8th Mass., D, 



D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


S. i 


3-, 


S. J 


3., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


S. 1 


3, 


3d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



44, 47, 46 

47, 46, 42 

48, 49, 46 

45, 49, 46 

46, 48, 47 
44, 46, 47 

22,22 
45,46 
44,43 
20,20 
18,20 
18,20 
20,20 
20,21 
18, 19 
20, 19 
22,20 
18,20 
18, 19 
16, 19 
15,16 
17,18 
15,19 
15,17 
16,17 
16, 18 
17,17 



3 distinguished marksmen, 5 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 13 second 
class marksmen, 13 third class marksmen, 21 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



COMPANY E, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Private, 

«< 

Captain, 


Almon Gray, . 
Frank Stinson, 
Francisco A. DeSousa, . 


8th Mass., B, 
8th Mass., E 
and I. 


S. S., 

s. s. f 

2d Class, 


22,22 
19, 18 
19, 18 



118 



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COMPANY E, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


Fred. H. Beckford, . 


8th Mass., E, 


2d Class, 


19, 18 


ii 


Benjamin F. Creamer, 


8th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


u 


Wilfred A. Maurais, 


8th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


<< 


Roy H. Munsey, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Joseph A. Lanctot, . 


8th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


18, 17 


a 


Roland S. Woodbury, 


8th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


17, 15 


Corporal, . 


Shirley C. Noble, . 


8th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


17, 15 


u 


Henrv F. Wilson, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


18, 17 


Private, 


Arthur M. Clough, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


18,17 


«« 


Irving L Raymond, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


Lieutenant, 


Thomas J. Fraser, . 


8th Mass., E, 


1st 


do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Warren E. Stone, 


8th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


- 


<( 


Harrv D. Schede, . 


8th Mass., E, 


2d 


do. 


- 


i. 


John G. Simpson, . 


8th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


- 


Bugler, 


William D. Sweetman, . 


8th Mass , E, 


3d 


do. 


- 


Private, 


Charles H. Dow, 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


- 


«< 


David E. Farrell, . 


8th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


- 


<< 


Walter P. Tuck, 


- 


3d 


do. 


— 



2 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 7 second class marksmen, 11 third class 
marksmen, 31 unqualified members. Total, 52. 



COMPANY F, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 
Sergeant, 

Private, 

Corporal, 
ii 

Private, 



Corporal, 

Sergeant, 

<< 

Private, 



David E. Jewell, 
Pearl A. Leslie, 
Harry E. Sleeper, 
William H. Brindley 
G. Vernon Hill, 
Harry H. Short, 
Hubert Austin, 
Lester M. Bradford, 
Edward Guntin, 
Edgar B Law, . 
Roy M. Day, . 
Charles F. Glover, 
George E. Hadley, 
Merritt E. White, 



8th Mass., F, 
8th Mass., F, 
8th Mass., F, 
8th Mass , F, 
8th Mass., F, 
8th Mass., F, 



8th Mass , F, 
8th Mass , F, 
8th Mass., F, 
8th Mass., F, 
8th Mass., F, 



s. s 


• > 


s. s 


•i 


s s 


» 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


S. S 


, 


2d Class, 



16, 16 
21, 19 
16, 17 
18, 19 
21, 19 
21,21 

15, 17 

16, 19 
16, 15 
16, 16 



4 sharpshooters, 6 second class marksmen, 4 third class marksmen, 35 unqualified 
members. Total, 49. 



COMPANY G, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 
Sergeant, . 
ii 

Lieutenant, 

Musician, 

Sergeant, 
ii 

Private, 

Corporal, 
Private, 



Edward J. Horton, . 
Thomas W. Jacobs, 
James H. Malonson, 
Charles M. Mclsaacs, 
John E. Parker, 
William H. Thomas, 
Hagfa McDonald, 
Arthur H. Butler, . 
Joseph H. Carpenter, 
Ernest A. Ehler, 
Elmer A. Hall, 
John W. Rowe, Jr., 



8th Mass , G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass , G, 
8th Mass., G, 

8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 



s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




s. s 




1st Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



1900.] 



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119 



COMPANY G, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Corporal, . 
Private, 
Corporal, . 
tt 

Private, 
i< 

Lieutenant, 
Private, 


William S. Smith, . 
Walter R. Thomas, . 
George A. Wilkins, . 
Charles C. Blake, 
Leonard G. Douglass, 
Lewis Elwell, . 
James C. Nutt, 
Albert G. Rice, 


8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 

8th Mass., G, 
8th Mass., G, 


2d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 


- 



6 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 8 second class marksmen, 5 third class 
marksmen, 32 unqualified members. Total, 52. 



COMPANY H, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corporal, . 


Ralph B. Drinkwater, 




S. £ 


»•» 


46, 47, 43 


Lieutenant, 


George N. Jewett, . 


8th Mass., H, 


S. £ 


»'l 


45, 47, 46 


Captain, 


Dudley B. Purbeck, . 


- 


S. 5 


»M 


46, 47, 43 


Private, 


Robert A. Craig, 


8th Mass., B, 


1st Class, 


42,44 


« 


Whitfield H. Bishop, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<< 


James H. Curwen, . 


8th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


19,19 


«< 


William A. Crowell, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


Sergeant, . 


Frank A- Hoberg, . 


8th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


Ernest Rice, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


«« 


Edwin N. Winn, 


_ 


2d 


do. 


21,22 


Corporal, . 


John P. Bartlett, 


8th Mass., F, 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


Private, 


James W. Claxton, . 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


<( 


Garrett E. Cotter, . 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Arthur L. Dickey, . 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


Corporal, . 


Walter E. Dow, 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


Private, 


Thomas A. Gray, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


<t 


Ernest E. Larrabee, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


tt 


Herbert F. Mallard, 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


16, 19 


Lieutenant, 


S. Frank Masury, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


Corporal, . 


Frank S. Milliken, . 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Private, 


Joseph A. Parriseau, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


tt 


Arthur H. Resse, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 18 


K 


Herbert C. Smallie, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


a 


Edward E. White, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


Sergeant, . 


Henry F. Wardwell, 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Corporal, . 


Charles E. Batchelder, . 


8th Mass., H, 


S. 5 


>•» 


_ 


Private, 


Fred L. Gunnison, . 


8th Mass., H, 


3d Class, 


- 


Corporal, . 


Gardner E. Ordway, 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


George W. Robinson, 


8th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


- 


a 


Ernest C. White, 


8th Mass., H, 


S. 5 


>M 


— 



5 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 6 second class marksmen, 18 third class 
marksmen, 21 unqualified members. Total, 51. 



COMPANY I, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 


Loran J. Harvey, 


8th Mass., E 
and I. 


S. S., 


16, 19 


Captain, 


John E. Williams, . 


8th Mass., I, 


IstClass, 


19,20 


Sergeant, . 


John M. McCarty, . 


8th Mass., I, 


1st do. 


18,20 


Corporal, . 


Walter W. Farrington, . 


8th Mass., I, 


1st do. 


19, 19 


Private, 


Ernest C. Atwood, . 


8th Mass., I, 


1st do. 


17,18 



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COMPANY I, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in V. S. 
Volunteers 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Lieutenant, 


William H. Perrv, . 


8th Mass., I, 


2d Class, 


22,23 


Sergeant, . 


John T. Heffernan, . 




8th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


M 


George W. Eaton, 




8th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18,17 


Corporal, . 


Joseph N. Foisy, 




8th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


Daniel S. Bowley, 




- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


(i 


Clinton A. Morse, 




- 


2d 


do 


21,21 


<< 


Alfred J. Perron, 




8th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


<< 


Frank E. Rollins, 




- 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


<< 


James F. Whelan, 




- 


2d 


do. 


24, 21 


Corporal, . 


Elmer C. Lane, 




8th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Private, 


Fred Burrill, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


<< 


Martin J. Bolger, 




- 


3d 


do. 


17,16 


<< 


Samuel Carlton, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


(< 


William B. Collins, 




- 


3d 


do. 


17,20 


<( 


James F. Condon, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


M 


Odel G. Johnson, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15,20 


ft 


John P. Kelley, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


M 


Robert H. Russell, 




- 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


Corporal, . 


James E. Cunniff, 




8th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


~ 



1 sharpshooter, 5 first class marksmen, 9 second class marksmen, 9 third class 
marksmen, 29 unqualified members. Total, 53. 



COMPANY K, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 

Private, 

Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Corporal, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

Private, 

Corporal, 

Private, 
<< 

Corporal, 
Private, 

M 

Corporal, 

Private, 
<( 

Sergeant, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 



Frank D Nimblett, 
Louis Page, 
Henry W. French, 
Fred B. Folsom, 
James J. Fosartv, 
Elliott L. Perkins, 
Charles H. Potter, 
William W. Skinner, 
Thomas F. Watson, 
Vernon A. Carver, 
William H. Damon, 
Alphouso P. Jacques, 
Frank W. Little, 
William A. McDonald, 
John B. Suilivan, 
John A. Estes, . 
Charles F. Flovd, 
John I. Fuller, . 
Samuel A. Howe, 
Clifford E. Lovelace, 
William C. McAuley, 
William H. Margeson, 
James H. Mains, 
Daniel W.Marston, . 



8th Mass , K, 
8th Mass., K, 
8th Mass., K, 
8th Mass., K, 
IstN H., E., 
8th Mass., K, 

8th Mass., K, 
8th Mass., A, 

8th Mass., K, 
8th Mass., K, 

8th Mass., K, 

8th Mass., K, 
8th Mass., H, 
8th Mass., K, 
8th Mass., K, 



8th Mass., K, 



s.s 


> , 


1st Class, 1 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


s. S., 


2d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


S. S., 



18, 19 
15, 18 
19,18 

18, 18 

19, 18 
19, 19 
19,18 
18, 18 
22, 22 
15, 15 
17,17 
16,16 
In, 21 
15,17 
15, 18 



3 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 10 second class marksmen, 10 third class 
marksmen, 21 unqualified members Total, 45. 


COMPANY L, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 


Sergeant, . 
«« 

Lieutenant, 
Sergeant, . 


Joseph H. Provost, . 
George A. Armitage, 
James E. Connors, . 
John T. Connors, 


8th Mass., L, 
8th Mass., L, 
8th Mass., L, 
8th Mass., L, 


S. S., 
1st Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 


45, 46, 48 
42,42 
18, 18 
18,18 



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121 



COMPANY L, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



Bane. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work 






Kegt. and Co. 


1899. 


Private, 


George Carr, . 




2d Class, 


18,20 


Corporal, . 


William Daley, 




8th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


18,20 


a 


John J. Doherty, 




8th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


19,20 


Private, 


John Carmody, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<t 


John Cantwell, 




- 


3d do. 


15,15 


<( 


Frank Fitzgerald, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Corporal, . 


Lyndon Gagne, 




8th Mass., L, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, 


Henry Kiley, . 




- 


3d do. 


18,17 


<( 


Louis Lund, 




- 


3d do. 


20,16 


K 


Frank Teichman, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Lieutenant, 


Eugene Larivee, 




8th Mass., L, 


S. S., 


- 


Corporal, . 


John Cunningham, 




8th Mass., L, 


2d Class, 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Thomas J. Hewett, . 




8th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


- 


u 


John F. Shea, . 




8th Mass., L, 


1st do. 


- 



2 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 7 second class marksmen, 7 third class 
marksmen, 40 unqualified members. Total, 58. 



COMPANY M, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 

Sergeant, 
<t 

Private, 
«< 

Corporal, 
Private, 



Lieutenant, 
«< 

Sergeant, . 

Corporal, . 

Sergeant, . 
<< 

Private, 



Herbert W. Whitten, 
Hiram D. Clark, 
Arthur W. Briggs, 
John Carty, 
William J. Keville, 
Neil McDonald, 
John P. Murray, 
Charles W. Parkhurst, 
Edward F. Parkhurst, 



George S. Penney, . 
Everett W. Beck, . 
Charles Crowley, 
Thomas Donovan, . 
Lorenzo W. Lawson, 
John R. G. Marshall, 
George T. Parkhurst, 
William P. Rebello, 
Thomas Sumner, 
Richard A. Skane, 
Richard S. Wiley, 
George I. Canfield, 
Frederick W. Pierce 
Joseph E. Wiley, 
Carroll R. Collupy, 
Louis L. Hanaford, 
Herman J. Clement, 
Archie J. Drady, 
John W. Stagg, 



8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass.,M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass.,M, 
U. S. Marine 

Corps. 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 



8th Mass , M, 

8th Mass., M, 
4th W. Va., 
8th Mass., E, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass.,M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 
8th Mass., M, 



S. S., 
1st Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 
D. M., 
2d Class, 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



19,22 
15, 15 
15,16 
18,21 
18, 19 
18,20 
19,22 
18, 18 
20,21 

19,20 
17,17 
15,16 
16,20 
16,17 
15,17 
15, 15 
16,17 
15, 15 
16,18 
15, 16 



1 distinguished marksman, 1 sharpshooter, 1 first class marksman, 11 second class 
marksmen, 14 third class marksmen, 26 unqualified members. Total, 54. 



FIELD AND STAFF, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 

Colonel, 

Lieutenant, 



John Breen, 
William H. Donovan, 
John P. Kane, . 



9th Mass , 
9th Mass., F, 




47, 49, 45 
45, 46, 43 
44, 46, 43 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



FIELD AND STAFF, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Major, 


John J. Sullivan, 


9th Mass., E, 


1st Class, 


43,42 


Lieutenant, 


William J. Casey, . 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Sergeant Major, 


John F. Devine, 


9th Mass., F, 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Chaplain, . 


James Lee, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


Lawrence J. Logan, 


9th Mass., 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


P.M. Sergeant, . 


James M. Monks, 


- 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


Major, 


George F. H. Murray, 


9th Mass., B, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Chief Bugler, . 


James E. Sullivan, . 


9th Mass. , 
N. C. S. 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Hosp. Steward, . 


David Hickey, . 


9th Mass . , 
N. C. S. 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


Major, 


Joseph J. Kelley, 


9th Mass., 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


«< 


John P. Lombard, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


17,16 


Lieutenant, 


James E. McGourty, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,18 


Orderly, 


Michael C. Novack, . 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


17,17 



1 distinguished marksman, 2 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 7 second class 
marksmen, 5 third class marksmen, 4 unqualified members. Total, 20. 



COMPANY A, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lieutenant, 




Sergeant, . 


• 


Musician, . 


. 


Private, 


. 


Sergeant, . 

Captain, 

Lieutenant, 


• 


Sergeant, . 


• 


Corporal, . 
ti 


• 


Private, 


. 


it 


, 


ii 


. 


ii 




ii 


. 


ii 


. 


ii 


. 


ii 


. 


ti 


. 


<< 


. 


<i 




<< 


# 


Corporal, 
Private, 


• 


k 


, . 


ii 


. 


<i 


, . 


it 


. 


<< 


, . 


«< 


, . 


ii 




ii 




ii 




ii 


, . 


«< 


• 



George M. Rogers, 
Frederick C. Frost, 
Thomas P. Wythe, 
John R. Cuddy, 
John P. Doolan, 
Michael J. Doyle, 
Daniel J. Keefe, 
Timothy J. Sullivan, 
Patrick J. Leahy, 
Martin D. Connor, 
John W. Ford, . 
James P. Cotter, 
Arthur W. Bradley, 
Daniel Connelly, 
Michael A. Driscoll, 
John J. Fay, . 
John P. Doherty, 
Michael R. Dennehy, 
James W. Gargan, 
Thomas F. Gargan, 
Michael C. McCarthy, 
Edward P. Rae, 
James Shannon, 
Patrick J. Casey, 
Michael F. Hurney, 
Thomas F. Carr, 
William Blaisdell, 
James N. Harrigan, 
George H. McQuillan, 
Dennis J. Kiley, 
Henry McNamee, 
Hugh J. Maguire, 
Patrick J. McCarthy, 
Maurice Slattery, 
Charles A. Wall, 
Walter F. Macauley, 
James W. Donovan, 



9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 

9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 

9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 

9th Mass., A, 



9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 



9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 

9th Mass., A, 



9th Mass., A, 

9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., E, 
9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 
9th Mass., A, 



S. S. 
S. S. 
S. S. 

s. s. 
s. s. 

1st Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



44, 46, 46 

45, 46, 47 
44, 47, 48 

44, 46, 47 

45, 46, 48 
42,43 
21,20 
21,21 
19,18 
21,21 
21, 21 
19,21 
18,18 
18,21 
20,21 
18,18 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 18 

18, 18 
18,18 
21,21 
18,20 

19, 19 
15,15 
15, 16 

15, 17 

16, 16 
16, 16 
16, 15 
15, 15 
15, 15 
15, 16 
16,17 

15, 15 

16, 15 



5 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 18 second class marksmen, 13 third class 
marksmen, 15 unqualified members. Total, 52. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



123 



COMPANY B, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Captain, 


James F. Walsh, 


9th Mass., B, 


s. s 


• > 


45, 49, 47 


Lieutenant, 


John J. Hickey, 




9th Mass., B, 


s. s 


•> 


46, 48, 48 


Corporal, . 


Thomas F. Rae, 




9th Mass., B, 


s. s 


•» 


45, 49, 48 


Sergeant, . 


Frank Daley, . 




9th Mass., B, 


s. s 


•> 


47, 48, 47 


Lieutenant, 


James A. Guthrie, . 




- 


1st Class, 


42, 44 


Corporal, . 


John Carnie, 




9th Mass., B, 


1st 


do. 


43,43 


Private, 


Duncan Gillis, . 




9th Mass., L, 


1st 


do. 


43,44 


II 


Michael O'Brien, 




- 


1st 


do. 


43, 45 


Corporal, . 


John Smith, 




9th Mass., B, 


1st 


do. 


43,46 


Sergeant, . 


James Graham, 




9th Mass., B, 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


<« 


John Morrissey, 




9th Mass., B, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


«« 


Michael Callaghan, 




9th Mass., B, 


2d 


do. 


20, 18 


Corporal, . 


Neil Carroll, 




9th Mass., B, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


Conners, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


19,22 


ii 


M. Daley, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


ii 


R. Dwyer, 




- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


«< 


W. N. Little, . 




9th Mass., B, 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


«< 


J. Maher, . 




_ 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


ii 


W. F. Ryan, . 




9th Mass., B, 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


ii 


R. Shea, . 




- 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


Sergeant, . 


Thomas J. Kirby, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Corporal, . 


Ivon P. Mahoney, 




9th Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


ii 


John P. Kelley, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


Musician, . 


George C. Wiley, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Private, 


F. Bertsch, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


C. Boland, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


<( 


M. Burke, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


ii 


J. Breet, . 




_ 


3d 


do. 


17, 17 


n 


W. Breet, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


<< 


W. Brown, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<« 


P. Clifford, 




9th Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


«< 


C. Cameron, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<< 


P. Curley, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<< 


J. Coughlin, 




9th Mass., D, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


«« 


F. Draper, 




9th Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


<< 


George Gillard, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


ii 


J. P. Finn, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


<< 


W. 0. S. Hennigan, 




9th Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


17,16 


ii 


C. Kelley, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


17, 16 


ii 


J. Sawless, 




9th Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


17, 16 


«< 


R. Morgan, 




9th Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


<< 


E. Murray, 




9th Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


ii 


T. J. O'Keefe, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


«< 


F. O'Brien, 




- 


3d 


do. 


15,16 


<« 


J. O'Brien, 




- 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


«« 


W. J. O'Brien, . 




_ 


3d 


do. 


15,18 


ii 


W. O'Brien, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<( 


M. J. O'Brien, . 




_ 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


<< 


J. O'Connor, 




1st Eng. L, 


3d 


do. 


17,15 


<« 


R. Pennington, 




9th Mass., B, 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


«» 


Victor Reed, 




_ 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


<« 


Radliff, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


<< 


M. F. Smart, . 




- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Watson, . 




_ 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


<« 


W. Weir, . 




— 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 



4 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 11 second class marksmen, 35 third class 
marksmen, 5 unqualified members. Total, 60. 



124 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


8ervice in U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work . 






Kegt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Sergeant, . 


Maurice E. Bowlen, . 


9th Mass., C, 


S. i 


?., 


44, 46, 44 


M 


Joseph J. Murphy, . 


9th Mass., C, 


S. i 


3., 


44, 46, 46 


M 


Maurice J. Cashman, 


9th Mass., C, 


S. 1 


5.. 


45, 48, 46 


Lieutenant, 


Joseph J. Foley, 


9th Mass., C, 


1st Class, 


21, 18 


Captain, 


Thomas F. Quinlan, 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


Lieutenant, 


Henry Crane, . 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Sergeant, . 


Richard E. Thorne, . 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


20 


21 


«« 


John Peters, 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Corporal, . 


Patrick M. Coyle, . 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


21 


21 


tt 


Joseph A. McDonald, 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


20 


21 


Musician, . 


Daniel F. Donovan, 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Private, 


Edward J. R. Aherne, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


<« 


James T. Ambrose, . 


_ 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


" 


Charles T. Hayes, . 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


u 


John A. Horgan, 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


(i 


John C. Kennedy, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


<« 


Thaddeus M. Kehoe, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


<t 


Cornelius Kelleher, . 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


u 


George F. Moore, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


u 


Daniel P. O'Neil, . 


9th Mass., C, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Corporal, . 


Michael L. King, 


9th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


16 


15 


<< 


James F. Dennison, . 


5th Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


Private, 


Nathan W. Avers, . 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


<« 


James F. Connelly, . 


9th Mass., C, 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


! ! 


Daniel J. Canty, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


17 


17 


<« 


Thomas Murphy, 


- 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


<< 


John F. Manning, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


ii 


"William E. McMahon, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


17 


«« 


Patrick W. O'Donnell, . 


7th W. S., M, 


3d 


do. 


15 


17 


«i 


Joseph F. Prophet, . 


6th Mass., E, 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


K 


Louis C. Stickell, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


Corporal, . 


Maurice J. Burns, . 


9th Mass., C, 


1st 


do. 


- 


Private, 


Andrew J. Murphy, . 


— 


2d 


do. 


— 



3 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 17 second class marksmen, 11 third class 
marksmen, 15 unqualified members. Total, 48. 



COMPANY D, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




Corporal, . 


Frank D. McDonough, . 


_ 


S. S., 


44, 47, 43 


Musician, . 


Patrick J. Magner, . 


- 


8.8., 


45, 47, 42 


Private, 


James V. O'Hara, 




- 


S. S., 


47, 48, 44 


Captain, 


David M. Crotty, 




- 


1st Class, 


45,46 


Sergeant, . 


John J. Costello, 




9th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


19,20 


Corporal, . 


Norman R. Doyle, 




9th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


18,20 


Sergeant, . 


John J. Dwver, 




9th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


i< 


James B Goggin, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


John J. Green, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


John J. Hannon, 




- 


2d do. 


16, 15 


<i 


George J. Mnlloy, 




9th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


18,18 


Sergeant, . 


Maurice J. Power, 




9th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


19,20 


Private, 


Vincent Tobin, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Corporal, . 


Andrew T. Wilson, 




9th Mass., D, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Private, 


Lawrence Barber, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


ii 


Angus Campbell, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


i< 


William T. Carley, 




9th Mass., D, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


Walter E. Clark, 




- 


3d do. 


15,17 


ii 


Joseph F. Clary, 




- 


3d do. 


16,15 


ii 


James E. Coughlin, 




- 


3d do. 


15,17 


ii 


Fred. M. Finn, 




— 


3d do. 


15, 15 



1900.] 



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125 



COMPANY D, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 

<< 

<« 
Corporal, 

Private, 
<< 

<« 

it 

«« 


• • 


Frank T. Hartford, . 
Edward T. Higgins, 
Patrick F. Lang, 
Daniel L. Mahoney, 
Thomas R. McConologue, 
William A. Newell, . 
George C. Sawyer, . 
Timothy Sheehan, . 
William Tucker, 


9th Mass., D, 


3d Class, 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 
3d do. 


17,16 
16, 16 
18, 15 
16,16 

15, 15 
17,15 

16, 15 
17,16 
15, 16 



3 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 10 second class marksmen, 16 third class 
marksmen, 23 unqualified members. Total, 53. 



COMPANY E, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sergeant, 

Private, 

Lieutenant, 

Private, 

Captain, 

Corporal, 
<< 

Private, 



Sergeant, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 
•* 

Musician, 
Private, 



Corporal, 



Private, 



Charles S. Televich, 
John J. Brennan, 
David P. Sullivan, . 
Ira L. Hall, 
John J. Barry, . 
John A. Dunn, 
Thomas P. Healy, . 
William H. Cadigan, 
Paul F. Donovan, . 
Benjamin A. Fetherson, . 
Henry P. Fielding, . 
Cecil B. Harmon, 
Cornelius J. Healy, . 
Joseph H. Krupp, . 
Joseph W. Murphy, 
Patrick J. Sullivan, . 
Norman L. Van Buskirk, 
Joseph P. Galvin, . 
Peter J. Curran, 
Nicholas J. Dunn, . 
Anthony J. Foley, . 
Thomas F. Mahoney, 
John J. Malley, 
Daniel J. Murphy, . 
William J. Murphy, 
Asa L. Phelps, . 
Frederick S. Roach, 
Richard Tobin, 
William F. Reynolds, 
William H. Stevens, 
John H. Kvle, . 
William H. Healy, . 
John E. Callahan, . 
Timothy F. Hefferman, . 
Henry P. Moltedo, . 
John J. Sullivan, 
Joseph F. Hankin, . 
Arthur F. Grady, 
Matthew J. Lavin, . 
John J. McNamara, 



9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 

9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., B 
9th Mass., E 



9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 

9th Mass., E 



9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 

9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 

9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 

9th Mass., E 

9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 
9th Mass., E 



S. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



44, 48, 47 

46, 48, 47 

44,48 



44 
19 
20 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
19 
18 
18 
18 
19 
21 
15 
16 
16 
15 
15 
10 
17 
15 
17 
15 
15 
15 



45 
20 
21 
19 
19 
19 
18 
19 
19 
19 
18 
19 
20 
22 
16 
18 
16 
15 
16 
16 
17 
15 
17 
16 
16 
16 



2 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 16 second class marksmen, 20 third class 
marksmen, 20 unqualified members. Total, 60. 



126 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY F, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Hank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Captain, 


Joseph H. Joubert, . 


9th Mass., F, 


D. M., 


23,22 


Sergeant, . 


Samuel M. Rielly, . 


9th Mass., F, 


S. S., 


45, 46, 47 


<« 


William H. Gemmell, 


9th Mass., F, 


s. s.. 


23,23 


Private, 


James L. Molloy, 


9th Mass., E, 


1st Class, 


46,43 


Lieutenant, 


Patrick A. Sands, . 


9th Mass., F, 


1st do. 


18,19 


Corporal, . 


John F. Barrett, 


9th Mass., F, 


2d do. 


22, 21 


Private, 


William J. Barrett, . 


9th Mass., F, 


2d do. 


22, 21 


Sergeant, . 


Frank L. Donovan, . 


9th Mass., F, 


2d do. 


20,20 


Private, 


Ezra F. Manahan, . 


9th Mass., B, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


James J. Mahoney, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


14 


Alfred Hill, 


- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


<< 


Thomas F. Honohan, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d do. 


16, 19 


t( 


Fred. Pothier, . 


- 


3d do. 


17,16 


II 


John A.. Wade, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


Lieutenant, 


Michael S. Boles, 


9th Mass., F, 


1st do. 


- 


Private, 


Peter H. Walsh, 


9th Mass., F, 


S.S., 


_ 


Sergeant, . 


Peter Graham, . 


9th Mass., F, 


2d Class, 


- 


Private, 


Patrick J. O'Callaghan, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


James H. Brown, 


9th Mass., F, 


2d do. 


- 


Musician, . 


Joseph F. Donohoe, 


9th Mass., F, 


2d do. 


- 


Private, 


Dennis H. Finn, 


9th Mass., F, 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


Edward F. O'Sullivan, . 


9th Mass., F, 


2d do. 


_ 


ii 


Thomas F. Powers, . 


9th Mass., F, 


3d do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


William T. Grant, . 


~ 


1st do. 


— 



1 distinguished marksman, 3 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 11 second class 
marksmen, 5 third class marksmen, 35 unqualified members. Total, 59. 



COMPANY G, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


Jeremiah J. Moynihan, . 


9th Mass., G, 


S. S., 


45, 47, 46 


Lieutenant, 


Matthew E. Hines, . 


- 


s. s., 


45, 46, 44 


ii 


John F. Hurley, 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 48 


Sergeant, . 


William E. McCann, 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


ii 


Michael J. Horan, . 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


u 


William F. Casey, . 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


ii 


Patrick J. Moynihan, 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 45 


ii 


John J. Corliss, 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


Corporal, . 


Charles Dignan, 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 45 


«< 


Thomas F. Lavin, . 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


47, 49, 48 


Private, 


Patrick J. Prindiville, 


9th Mass., G, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


Corporal, . 


James A. Casey, 


9th Mass., G, 


1st Class, 


42,43 


«< 


David J. Burke, 


9th Mass., G, 


1st do. 


43,44 


«< 


Robert H. Rooney, . 


9th Mass., G, 


1st do. 


42, 42 


Private, 


Timothy J. Ahern, . 


9th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Edward F. Brady, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Thomas P. Conneff, . 


12th U.S. Inf., 


2d do. 


21, 18 


« 


Frank E. Joyce, 


9th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


i< 


Charles E. Kenney, . 


9th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


19,20 


ii 


Thomas J. Kelliher, 


9th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


20, 19 


ii 


James F. Larner, 


9th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 


Timothy Leary, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


i« 


John H. Sweeney, . 


9th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


19,18 


<i 


Thomas F. Kellaher, 


9th Mass., G, 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


Kdward R. Barker, . 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


u 


Henry W. Baldwin, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


James T. Carey, 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«« 


Edward J. Carberry, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


h 


James M. Carberry, 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


i« 


Michael J. Delaney, 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Thomas Foley, 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do 


15, 15 



1900.] 



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127 



COMPANY G, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


Frank Forrest, . 


9th Mass , G, 


3d Class, 


16, 16 


«« 


Michael J. Flynn, . 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<« 


John E. Fogerty, 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<« 


Octave Gardner, 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15,15 


«« 


Maurice A. Keene, . 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


16,15 


<« 


George E. Kelley, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


« 


Hugh McGuire, 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


16,17 


it 


Gerald F. McGillicuddy, . 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<« 


Timothy McMahon, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


tt 


James F. Power, 


9th Mass., G, 


3d do. 


15,15 


u 


Michael J. Shea, 


12th U.S. Inf., 


3d do. 


15,15 


It 


Charles M. Scanlon, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Corporal, . 


James F. King, 


9th Mass., G, 


S. S., 


- 


Private, 


John Casey, 


9th Mass., G, 


8.S., 


- 


<< 


John Farrell, . 


9th Mass., G, 


1st Class, 


- 


«< 


Patrick J. Sullivan, . 


9th Mass., G, 


1st do. 


— 



13 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 10 second class marksmen, 19 third class 
marksmen, 13 unqualified members. Total, 60. 



COMPANY H, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 


John J. Hayes, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


1st Class, 


46,48 


Lieutenant, 


Benjamin J. Flaniga 


n, . 9th Mass., H, 


1st 


do. 


46 


46 


Private, 


Thomas N. Devlin, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


1st 


do. 


45 


47 


«< 


Walter F. Sartoris, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


1st 


do. 


46 


47 


Lieutenant, 


Thomas F. Clark, 


. Sig. Corps and 
9th Mass., H. 


2d 


do. 


19 


19 


Sergeant, . 


Patrick H. Sullivan, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


it 


Fred F. Sears, . 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


«i 


James Reardon, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


it 


James P. Clarke, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


19 


19 


«( 


Cornelius J. Lynch, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


Corporal, . 


John J. Sheehan, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


it 


Edward P. Downey 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


«« 


William J. Murphy, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


19 


19 


«( 


Michael J. McNealy 


, . 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


<< 


Dennis F. Ryan, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Musician, . 


Frank C. Harringtoi 


if • 


2d 


do. 


18, 


20 


Private, 


Bartholomew Conno 


lly, . 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


<« 


John C. Gibson, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


19 


18 


ii 


Charles C. Donoghu* 


3, . 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


u 


Francis J. Odematt, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


Corporal, . 


Edward J. McDevitt 


, . 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


Private, 


William J. Chapmar 


, . 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


16 


15 


ii 


Patrick H. Cullen, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


ii 


Charles W. Clayton, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


<« 


John P. Fox, . 


. 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


15 


17 


<« 


Michael J. Fox, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


«< 


James L. Gorman, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


<« 


Edward S. Ryan, 


. 


3d 


do. 


17 


15 


<« 


Jeremiah Sullivan, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


ii 


James E. Tracy, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


«< 


Fred J. Waters, 


. . - 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


ii 


Stephen P. Joy, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


- 


(< 


Thomas J. Parks, 


. 9th Mass., H, 


3d 


do. 


- 


«< 


James Welsh, . 


. . — 


3d 


do. 


- 



4 first class marksmen, 16 second class marksmen, 14 third class marksmen, 24 
unqualified members. Total, 58. 



128 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY I, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 


Namk. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

I. t. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Sergeant, . 


Peter F. Clancy, 


9th Mass., I, 


S. 5 


i 


45,44 


Corporal, . 


Francis A. Brown, . 


9th Mass., I, 


1st Class, 


43,44 


<< 


Arthur F. Marston, . 


9th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


45,43 


Private, 


Joseph S. Benton, . 


9th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


45,44 


• t 


Patrick E. Quill, 


9th Mass., I, 


1st 


do. 


44,43 


Sergeant, . 


John J. Glavey, 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


<« 


John T. Finn," . 


9th Mass., I, 


'2d 


do. 


19, 18 


Private, 


Walter J. Byrnes, . 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


<t 


Patrick F. Burke, . 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do 


18, 18 


«< 


Martin J. Connelly, . 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<< 


Edward L. Donovan, 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Thomas J. Foley, 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Samuel A. Griffin, . 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


ii 


Stephen F. O'Keefe, . 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


19, 18 


Corporal, . 


Bert. Smith, 


9th Mass., I, 


2d 


do. 


15, 15 


Sergeant, . 


Daniel J. Driscoll, . 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


Private, 


Charles Deady, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<« 


Hugh 1. Doherty, . 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


«< 


Michael F. Doyle, . 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


Daniel P. Feeley, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


ii 


Peter M. Foley, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


t< 


James P. Gunn, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


George J. Horgan, . 


9th Mass , I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ii 


John Lane, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 18 


«i 


David J. Noonan, . 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


<< 


William R. O'Leary, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


<« 


Edward J. Puddister, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


«< 


Joseph Tucker, 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


<< 


Russell M. Zewer, . 


9th Mass., I, 


3d 


do. 


16,18 


Lieutenant, 


James A. Cully, 


9th Mass., I, 


S. S., 


" 



2 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 10 second class marksmen, 14 third class 
marksmen, 26 unqualified members. Total, 56. 



COMPANY K, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

Private, 



Lieutenant, 

Private, 

Musician, 

Private, 
(i 

Corporal, 

Private, 
(< 

Corporal, 



Private, 
Sergeant, 
<< 

Private, 
u 

Sergeant, 



Peter J. Cannon, 
Martin J. Healey, 
Matthew Connolly, 
Edward A. Boyle, 
James J. Sullivan, 
Patrick Armstrong, 
Lester N. Barrows, 
John J. Boyle, . 
Thomas Clements, 
William P. Duran, 
William Doody, 
Joseph F. Flannigan, 
John A. Gannon, 
Frank J. Gallagher, 
John J. Gibbons, 
Michael Hanney, 
James Kennedy, 
Thomas J. Kelley, 
Thomas S. Madden, 
Michael J. McDonnell, 
James E. McDonnell, 
James McDonnell, . 
George P. McCullough, 
Robert McRell, 



9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 



9th Mass., K, 



9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 

9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 

9th Mass., K, 
9th Mass., K, 



s. s., 


20, 


s. s., 


20, 


s. s., 


22, 


1st Class, 


20, 


1st do. 


18, 


2d do. 


19, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


20, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


24, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 



21 
19 
22 
19 
18 
18 
18 
18 
21 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



1900.] 



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129 



COMPANY K, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Corporal, . 


John Menster, . 


9th Mass., K, 


2d Class, 


18,18 


Private, 


Sidney Morgan, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<« 


Michael O'Malley, . 


9th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


i< 


Frank X. Parant, 


9th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


«< 


Alfred L. Payne, 


- 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


f< 


Fred Page, . 


9th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<( 


William P. Ross, . 


- 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


ti 


James E. Ryan, 


9th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


John T. Scanlon, 


9th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


Edward Scanlon, 


- 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


<i 


Martin Salmon, 


9th Mass., K, 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


«« 


Richard J. Brennan, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


a 


Hiram Burke, . 


9th Mass., K, 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


it 


Charles H. Call, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


n 


George E. Kittredge, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


a 


Edward Kittredge, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


a 


John McNamee, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


a 


Charles McCarthy, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


a 


John P. Needham, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


a 


Michael C. O'Malley, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


it 


Patrick E. O'Malley, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


n 


William O'Connor, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


tt 


Owen O'Toole, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


a 


Silas Perry, 


- 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


it 


Patrick Quinn, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


a 


Alexander Russell, . 


- 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


n 


Gustave A. Titerman, 


_ 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


tt 


Charles S. Tierney, . 


— 


3d 


do. 


15,15 



3 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 30 second class marksmen, 17 third class 
marksmen, 9 unqualified members. Total, 61. 



COMPANY L, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corporal, . 


Charles E. Green, . 


9th Mass., L, 


S. S., 


45, 46, 43 


Lieutenant, 


John F. Kenealy, 


9th Mass., L, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 43 


Sergeant, . 


James H. McGee, . 


9th Mass., L, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 45 


Captain, 


Daniel J. Murphy, . 


9th Mass., L, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 42 


Sergeant, . 


Charles E. Rice, 


- 


s. s., 


44, 46, 42 


Corporal, . 


John H. Riley, 


9th Mass., L, 


s. s., 


46, 46, 43 


Sergeant, . 


Charles Schneider, . 


9th Mass., L, 


s. s., 


48, 48, 45 


Private, 


Dana E. Casgrain, . 


9th Mass., L, 


1st Class, 


43,42 


a 


Henry J. Lemoine, . 


9th Mass., L, 


1st do. 


43,44 


tt 


Patrick A. McGee, . 


9th Mass., L, 


1st do. 


45,43 


a 


Joseph N. Marean, . 


9th Mass., L, 


1st do. 


42,42 


n 


Emerson E. Bill, 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


20, 18 


tt 


James F. Brennan, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Wilbert W. Brown, . 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


21, 19 


M 


Andrew J. Burke, . 


_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


William D. Cousens, 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Thomas E. Desmond, 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


tt 


James H. Driscoll, . 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Private, 


William L. Ellis, . 


_ 


2d do. 


20,20 


(< 


George L. Gerrity, . 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


tt 


James A. Hoeg, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


a 


Michael J. Hogan, . 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


20,18 


it 


William H. McKenzie, . 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


20,20 


tt 


Frank C. Moore, 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


a 


Thomas P. Murray, . 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ti 


Patrick S. O'Brien, . 


9th Mass., L, 


2d do. 


18,19 



130 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY L, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Private, 



Corporal, 
Private, 



Arthur F. Premont, . 
Joseph Richmond, . 
John D. Steele, 
Charles H. Bassett, . 
William F. Boliean, 
Louis Champigni, . 
Walter H. Clough, . 
William F. Driscoll, 
John F. Flvnn, 
Albert W. Graham, . 
Willard E. Jule, 
Thomas H. Kelley, . 
Ralph L. Mead, 
John J. Noonan, 
William F. Nutter, . 
Franklin P. Pond, . 
William L. Regan, . 
Leroy W. Rollins, . 
John P. Shannon, . 



9th Mass., L, 
9ih Mass., L, 
9th Mass., L, 
9th Mass., L, 
9th Mass., L, 
9th Mass., L, 
9th Mass., L, 
9th Mass., L, 
9th Mass., L, 



7th U.S. Inf., 



9th Mass., L, 
9th Mass., L, 



2d Class, 


19, 


2d 


do. 


22, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 



18 
22 
21 
15 
15 
16 
16 
15 
16 
15 
18 
17 
16 
16 
16 
15 
15 
15 
16 



7 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 18 second class marksmen, 16 third class 
marksmen, 10 unqualified members. Total, 55. 



COMPANY M, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 
<< 

Corporal, 
<« 

Private, 

«« 

Sergeant, 

Private, 
ii 

(< 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 
ii 

Corporal, 
ti 

ii 
Private, 



Corporal, 
Musician, 
Private, 



A. D. Mitten, . 
Joseph S. Gillow, 
Howard T. Caldwell, 
Harry L. Wadswortb, 
John 0. Laing, . 
William C. Dickey, . 
Charles H. Carr, 
William Haigh, 
Harry W. Whitely, . 
John P. Gallagher, . 
Peter J. Grondin, 
Sylvester L. Lane, . 
Philip McNulty, 
Ralph Hill, 
John M. Lund, 
James Bennett, 
Ralph E. Black, 
George T. McKenna, 
Edward S. Carroll, . 
William E. Chamberlain 
James A. Duffy, 
Henry E. Forbush, . 
Joseph C. Hall, 
Charles D. D. Jordan, 
Thomas H. Kennedy, 
John Landry, . 
Bernard McArdle, . 
Daniel W. MacDonald, 
Maynard A. N. Ryan, 
Albion T. Simpson, . 
Francis W. Yarnold, 
James E. Ryan, 
Oliver W. Fiske, 
William E. Coleman, 
William T. Davis, . 



9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
7th U.S. Art. 

9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 

9th Mass., II 
9th Mass., M 
9th Mass., M 



9th Mass., M, 
9th Mass., M, 
9th Mass., M, 
9th Mass., M, 



S. 5 


>•» 


S. S 


•i 


S. G 


, 


s. s 


•i 


s. s 


•i 


s. s 


•, 


s. s 


• , 


s. s 


•» 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


:2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



44, 46, 45 

45, 47, 47 
45, 47, 46 
45, 46, 45 
45, 47, 46 
45, 46, 43 
44, 46, 43 
44, 46, 42 

42,44 
42,42 
44, 44 
42,42 
20,20 
22,23 
21,22 

18, 18 

19, 19 

18, 18 
19,20 

19, 19 
18, 18 
19,20 
20,22 
18, 19 
18,20 
18,18 

18, 18 

19, 19 

18, 19 

19, 19 
18,20 
16,17 
16, 17 
15, 16 
16,17 



1900.] 



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131 



COMPANY M, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Private, 



Alfred F. Halpin, . 
Edward W. Hildreth, 
Angus J. McDonald 
Joseph L. Pigeon, 
William G. Hunt, 
Joseph V. W. Noye 
Lewis A. Vireck, 



9th Mass., M, 
9th Mass., M, 

9th Mass., M, 

9th Mass., M, 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



15,16 
16,18 
15, 18 
15,21 



8 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 21 second class marksmen, 8 third class 
marksmen, 14 unqualified members. Total, 57. 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



Lieutenant, 


Frederick B. Carpenter, . 




S.8., 


18,20 


<« 


William A. Hayes, . 


- 


s. s., 


18,20 


Q. M. Sergeant, . 


Alfred J. Rowans, . 


- 


s. s., 


21,24 


Lieutenant, 


William B. Clarke, . 


- 


1st Class, 


21,21 


Major, 


Andrew Robeson, 


- 


1st do. 


18, 18 


Lieutenant, 


Edward E. Currier, . 


- 


2d do. 


15, 19 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


Thomas F. Edmands, 


- 


2d do. 


17,18 


Major, 


Charles M. Green, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Lieutenant, 


Augustus S. Knight, 


- 


2d do. 


18,19 


Hos. Steward, . 


Daniel W. Jones, 


- 


3d do. 


17,18 


Sergeant Major, 


Charles H Cole, Jr., 


— 


1st do. 


~ 



3 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 4 second class marksmen, 1 third class 
marksman. Total, 11. 





COMPANY A, FIRST 


CORPS CADETS. 




Lieutenant, 


Moses Williams, Jr., 


_ 


D. M., 


47,45 


Private, 


Sumner H. Foster, . 


- 


S. S., 


16,22 


Captain, 


Franklin L. Joy, 


- 


s. s., 


19,20 


Sergeant, . 


John Lavelle, . 


- 


s. s., 


16, 17 


Corporal, . 


Pavson T. Lowell, . 


- 


s. s., 


19,20 


Sergeant, . 


Henry F. Strout, 


- 


s. s., 


47, 49, 47 


Private, 


Henry D. Tudor, . 


- 


S.8., 


21, 23 


Corporal, . 


William A. L. Bazeley, . 


- 


1st Class, 


22,22 


Lieutenant, 


John A. Blanchard, . 


- 


1st do. 


20, 22 


Private, 


George A. Cole, 


- 


1st do. 


15, 19 


Corporal, . 


Brooks Frothingham, 


- 


1st do. 


19, 19 


Private, 


Courtenav Guild, 


- 


1st do. 


45,43 


Corporal, . 


Charles F. Lyman, . 


- 


1st do. 


19, 19 


Private, 


Hugh W. Ogden, . 


- 


1st do. 


21,22 


<< 


Henry B. Pennell, . 


- 


1st do. 


44,42 


Sergeant, . 


Robert D. Ware, 


- 


1st do. 


42,45 


Private, 


Ernest G. Adams, . 


- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


<< 


Huntington Adams, . 


- 


2d do. 


20,20 


<« 


William S. Appleton, Jr., 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


u 


Albert F. Bemis, 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


<< 


Reginald W. Bird, . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«< 


Ingersoll Bowditch, . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


Joseph E. Chandler, 


- 


2d do. 


18,21 


it 


David Cheerer, 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


u 


Alexander L. Cochrane, . 


- 


2d do. 


20,20 


(( 


Harry S. Dennison, . 


— 


2d do. 


19,21 



132 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY A, FIRST CORPS CADETS- Concluded. 







Service in U. 8. 






Rank. 


Name. 


Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Private, 


John \V. Dunlop, 


. 


2d Class, 


20,21 


u 




Edward N. Fenno, . 


- 


2d do. 


17,17 


H 




John P. Gardiner, . 


lstVol.Col.,C, 


2d do. 


17, 20 


Sergeant, 




Frederic S. Goodwin, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, 




Norwood P. Hallowell, Jr. 




2d do. 


19,21 


<< 




Howard E. Hay den, 




2d do. 


20,20 


M 




Poland G. Hopkins, 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


II 




James C. Howe, 


- 


2d do. 


20,21 


• ( 




Porter B. Jordan, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


M 




Edward A. Kimball, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


II 




Edward B. Lambert, 


- 


2d do. 


20,20 


(« 




William N. Magoun, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


II 




Edmond F. McClennan, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


II 




George S. T. Newell, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


N 




John Noble, Jr., 


- 


2d do. 


20,20 


<« 




Francis W. Palfrey, . 


- 


2d do. 


21,22 


«< 




Charles H. Parker, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


H 




Charles S. Pierce, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,18 


«< 




Reginald L. Robbins, 


- 


2d do. 


17, 18 


II 




Roger L. Scaife, 


- 


2d do. 


16,19 


Corporal, 




Frederic W. Soule, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,19 


Private, 




Henry W. Soule, 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


«« 




Arthur H. Spahr, 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<( 




Arthur W. Stevens, . 


- 


2d do. 


16, 18 


M 




Charles W. Stott, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


H 




Walter D. Swan, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<( 




Edmund J. Watson, 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<( 




Worrall Wilson, 


- 


2d do. 


20,20 


«( 




John T. Clark, . 


- 


3d do. 


15,16 


<< 




Charles Hayden, 


- 


3d do. 


15,16 


Musician, 




Lucius Incralls, . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Private, 




John W. Parker, 


- 


3d do. 


15,16 


<< 




Henry V. Poor, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


<< 




Benjamin S. Blake, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Sergeant, 




George B. Blake, 


- 


S. S., 


- 


<( 




Thomas S. Bradlee, . 


- 


2d Class, 


- 


Private, 




Frederic L. Dabney, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


<« 




Randolph C. Grew, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Musician, 




Frank E. Little, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 




Alfred R. Weld, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 




Edgar N. Wrightington, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 



1 distinguished marksman, 7 sharpshooters, 9 first class marksmen, 42 second class 
marksmen, 8 third class marksmen. Total, 67. 





COMPANY B, FIRST 


CORPS CADETS. 




Private, 


Frederick W. Allen, 




D. M., 


44, 46, 45 


<< 


William H. Allen, Jr., . 


- 


S. S., 


45, 46, 47 


Corporal, . 


Thomas L. Drew, 


- 


s.s , 


21,22 


Private, 


David Foster, . 


- 


s. s., 


46, 46, 42 


<« 


John A. Goodheart, . 


- 


s. s., 


44, 46, 45 


Sergeant, . 


Henry W. Gore, Jr., 


- 


s. s., 


45, 46, 43 


u 


David Hansen, 


- 


s. s., 


48, 48, 43 


(< 


Edwin N. Hill, 


_ 


s. s., 


42, 45 


Private, 


Norman F. Hesseltine, . 


_ 


B. S., 


15,17 


M 


Charles E. Kimball, 


- 


S. 8., 


48, 47, 42 


Corporal, . 


Charles Liffler, . 


- 


s. s., 


21,21 


Sergeant, . 


Holten B Perkins, . 


- 


s. s., 


19,23 


Private, 


Percy V. Baldwin, . 


— 


1st Class, 


17,20 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



133 



COMPANY B, FIRST CORPS CADETS -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1809. 


Corporal, . 


Clarence V. Burrage, 


_ 


1st Class, 


16, 18 


Private, 




Joseph H. Converse, 2d, . 


- 


1st do. 


43 


43 


(i 




Nathaniel Kinsman, Jr., . 


- 


1st do. 


19 


20 


«« 




Paul R. Knight, 


- 


1st do. 


20 


21 


<« 




William Rice, . 


- 


1st do. 


45 


42 


<« 




Frederic P. Simonds, 


- 


1st do. 


20 


22 


«« 




Harry C. "Waterman, 


- 


1st do. 


21 


21 


<< 




Ralph S. Bartlett, . 


- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


<< 




George W. Brown, . 


- 


2d do. 


16 


17 


Corporal, 




Charles S. Clark, 


- 


2d do. 


17 


18 


Private, 




Arthur E. Corbin, . 


- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


<< 




Walter E. S. Cutting, 


- 


2d do. 


17 


18 


Lieutenant, 




Frank E. Fennessy, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


Private, 




Leon F. Foss, . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 


20 


t< 




Anthony T. E . Hale, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<« 




Walter S. Hawkins, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


<< 




Carlyle R. Hayes, . 


- 


2d do. 


20 


20 


<« 




Joseph D. Keene, 


- 


2d do. 


20 


20 


u 




John H. Leman, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


«< 




Frank H. Mason, 


- 


2d do. 


15 


16 


<< 




George H. Morrill, . 


- 


2d do. 


21 


22 


<< 




Charles H. Perkins, Jr., . 


- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


Corporal, 




Frank F. Phinney, . 


- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


Sergeant, 




Henry N. Rice, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


Private, 




Thomas M. Richards, Jr., 


- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


(i 




Norman K. Smith, . 


- 


2d do. 


16 


18 


«< 




Harry R. Stanley, . 


- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


« 




James W. Tewkesbury, . 


- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


it 




Clarence S. Wadsworth, . 


- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


Captain, 




Winthrop Wetherbee, 


- 


2d do. 


20 


20 


Private, 




Stephen E. Winship, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


«« 




John E. Benton, 


- 


3d do. ' 


15 


17 


Corporal, 




Forrest G. Brackett, 


- 


3d do. 


17 


17 


Private, 




Franklin J. Burnham, 


- 


3d do. 


16 


17 


<« 




Jay Chapin, 


- 


3d do. 


15 


16 


<< 




Clifton H. Dwinell, . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


19 


ii 




George K. Huston, . 


- 


3d do. 


15 


17 


«( 




Arthur W. McKey, . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


20 


«< 




George D Newcomb, 


- 


3d do. 


16 


17 


ii 




William Robertson, Jr., . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


16 


Musician, 




George A. Carpenter, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Private, 




Porter B. Chase, 


- 


S. S., 


- 


Musician, 




John W. Forbes, 


- 


s. s., 


- 


Private, 




Stephen I. Newman, 


- 


3d Class, 


- 


<( 




Hugh M. Southgate, 


- 


1st do. 


- 


<« 


Charles B. Tucker, . 


— 


s. s., 





1 distinguished marksman, 14 sharpshooters, 9 first class marksmen, 24 second 
class marksmen, 11 third class marksmen. Total, 59. 



COMPANY C, FIRST 


CORPS CADETS. 




Private, 


John F. Osborn, 


8th Mass., H, 


D. M., 


47, 50, 43 


Captain, 


Virgil C. Pond, 


- 


D.M., 


44, 50, 43 


Corporal, . 


Stuart W. Wise, 


- 


D. M., 


48, 50, 49 


Private, 


Louis H. Brittin, 


- 


S. S., 


44, 48, 43 


<< 


Ernest R. Buffington, 


- 


s. s., 


21,22 


<< 


George B. Burrage, . 


- 


s. s., 


44, 48, 44 


ii 


Frank B. Carter, 


- 


8.S., 


45, 49, 43 


<( 


Eugene H. Clapp, . 


1 


s. s., 


45, 46, 45 



134 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



COMPANY C, FIRST CORPS CADETS- Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. 8. 
Volunteers. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


1899. 


Private, 


Henry S. Cushing, . 




S. S., 


20,20 


Lieutenant, 


Robie G. Frye, 


- 


s. s., 


45, 46, 44 


Sergeant, . 


Norman F. Greeley, 


_ 


s. s., 


47, 47, 42 


Private, 


Fred. P. Harvey, 


- 


s. s., 


45, 47, 43 


Corporal, . 


Freeman Hincklev, . 


- 


s. s., 


48, 47, 48 


Private, 


Frank C. Hyde, * . 


- 


s. s., 


44, 46, 42 


«« 


Charles H. Innes, 


_ 


s. s., 


44,46 


M 


William L. Mitchell, 


_ 


s. s., 


47, 46, 44 


Corporal, . 


Kilby P. Smith, 


5th Mass., F, 


s. s., 


45, 47, 44 


Sergeant, . 


Frank A. Stearns, . 


_ 


s. s., 


45, 46, 43 


Private, 


Frederick B. Stearns, 


_ 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


Lieutenant, 


William B. Stearns, 


- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 43 


Sergeant, . 


Henry V. Thayer, . 


- 


s. s., 


47, 49, 46 


ii 


William J. Toppan, . 


- 


s. s., 


46, 46, 44 


Private, 


Robert Bacon, . 


_ 


1st Class, 


20,21 


Corporal, . 


Samuel P. Bremer, . 


_ 


1st do. 


42,42 


Private, 


Charles H. Carter, . 


_ 


1st do. 


42,43 


(4 


Charles W. Carter, . 


- 


1st do. 


42,44 


u 


Gordon Eaton, 


_ 


1st do. 


21,21 


<( 


William T. Foster, Jr., . 


- 


1st do. 


42,44 


(( 


Benjamin S. Luther, 


- 


1st do. 


43,43 


<< 


David T. Montague, 


- 


1st do. 


43,42 


Corporal, . 


Eupene E. Pierce, . 


- 


1st do. 


42, 44 


Private, 


Arthur S. Potter, 


- 


1st do. 


20,21 


ii 


William P. Richardson, . 


- 


1st do. 


44,43 


Corporal, . 


Arthur P. Teele, 


- 


1st do. 


44,45 


Private, 


Albert M. Walcott, . 


- 


1st do. 


18, 18 


Corporal, . 


Boylston L. Williams, 


- 


1st do. 


42,42 


Private, 


Melville E. Webb, Jr., . 


- 


1st do. 


43,43 


<« 


Walter H. Woods, . 


_ 


1st do. 


18, 18 


<( 


Joshua Atwood, 3d, . 


_ 


2d do. 


18,18 


<« 


Orin A. Barnard, 


_ 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


Charles S. Barry, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


ii 


Henry D. Baylor, 


- 


2d do. 


18,21 


«« 


Robert S. Dana, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«< 


Daniel H. Dearborn, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


George W. Downing, 


- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


<< 


William C. Drouet, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


Dana Estes, Jr., 


- 


2d do. 


21, 23 


«< 


Frederick L. Farnum, 


- 


2d do. 


18,21 


(< 


Henry W. Flagg, 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


Charles H. Floyd, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


Albert Geiger, Jr., . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


Harry S. Gil man, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<« 


Robert E. Green, 


- 


2d do. 


20, 20 


ii 


Curtis P. Guilford, . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


Paul M. Hubbard, . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 20 


Sergeant, . 


John E. A. Hussey, . 


- 


2d do. 


15, 17 


Private, 


Albert S. Livermore, 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


William P. Macleod, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


K 


Sam. H. Mitchell, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(I 


Ferdinand F. Norris, 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


tt 


Earl A. Ryder, 


- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Sergeant, . 


Charles W. Sabin, Jr., 


- 


2d do. 


21,22 


Private, 


Henry B. Staples, . 


- 


2d do. 


19, 21 


<< 


Walter M. Stearns, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


Louis C. Strang, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


(< 


George E. Tent, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


Edward M. Abbott, . 


- 


3d do. 


17, 17 


Musician, . 


George A. Delano. . 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, 


George T. Warnock, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


" • -1 


Charles H. Swanton, 


~ 


1st do. 


— 



3 distinguished marksmen, 19 sharpshooters, 17 first class marksmen, 28 second 
class marksmen, 3 third class marksmen. Total, 70. 



1900.] 



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135 



COMPANY D, FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


Archibald McMillan, Jr., 


_ 


D. M., 


47,48 


« 


Maurice W. Parker, 


- 


D. M., 


45, 48, 46 


<< 


Joshua D. Upton, 


- 


D. M., 


22,25 


Corporal, . 


Charles H. Alden, Jr., 


- 


S. S., 


46, 46, 47 


Private, 


Albert C. Aldrich, . 


- 


s. s., 


44, 47, 44 


Sergeant, . 


Arthur S. Brigham, . 


- 


s. s., 


17,20 


Private, 


George A. Dill, 


- 


s. s., 


18, 18 


(< 


Harold W. Estey, . 


- 


s. s., 


45, 47, 45 


Corporal, . 


Malcom D. "W. Greene, . 


- 


s. s., 


16, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Edward L. Kent, 


- 


s. s., 


18, 18 


Private, 


George G. King, 


6th Mass., I, 


8.S., 


19,21 


Sergeant, . 


Benjamin L. Knapp, 


- 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


Private, 


Elbridge K. Newhall, 


- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 45 


Lieutenant, 


Francis E. Cabot, . 


- 


1st Class, 


42, 44 


Private, 


Albert B. Cram, 


_ 


1st do. 


44 


42 


Corporal, . 


George H. Hallowell, 


- 


1st do. 


17, 


22 


«< 


Edward H. Hoyt, . 


- 


1st do. 


42 


42 


Sergeant, . 


Charles E. Loud, 


- 


1st do. 


19, 


19 


Private, 


Frederick S. Lovis, . 


- 


1st do. 


18, 


18 


«« 


Henry S. Potter, Jr., 


- 


1st do. 


43, 


44 


Captain, 


Charles H. Rollins, . 


_ 


1st do. 


21, 


21 


Lieutenant, 


William S. Simmons, 


_ 


1st do. 


18, 


20 


Sergeant, . 


Jesse F. Stevens, 


- 


1st do. 


20, 


21 


Private, 


Dexter B. Wiswell, . 


- 


1st do. 


42, 


42 


«< 


Dehon Blake, . 


_ 


2d do. 


21 


22 


«< 


William R. Blanchard, . 


_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


(i 


Frank D. Brannan, . 


_ 


2d do. 


21 


21 


Corporal, . 


Arthur C. Briggs, . 


- 


2d do. 


17 


18 


Private, 


Edward S. Burns, . 


- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


(i 


Ralph M. Campbell, 


- 


2d do. 


17 


18 


i« 


Edward W. Capen, . 


- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<< 


Fred H. Clarke, 


_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


M 


John L. Damon, Jr., 


_ 


2d do. 


18 


18 


(( 


Henry J. Davenport, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


21 


(( 


Alexander Dickinson, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


21 


(« 


Walter B. C. Fox, . 


_ 


2d do. 


16 


19 


«« 


Edward H. Huxley, 


- 


2d do. 


21 


21 


(( 


Frederick W. Ives, . 


_ 


2d do. 


18 


19 


(< 


Lawrence W. Jenkins, 


_ 


2d do. 


18 


21 


II 


Charles H. Johnson, 


_ 


2d do. 


18 


20 


M 


John C. Knight, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


l< 


Henry F. Lawrence, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


19 


<( 


William T. Miller, . 


_ 


2d do. 


21 


21 


<< 


Charles A. Newhall, 


_ 


2d do. 


19 


20 


l« 


Curtis D. Noyes, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


(« 


Harry S. Parker, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


20 


« 


Ralph E. Potter, 


- 


2d do. 


20 


,21 


(« 


Willoughby F.Richardson, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


(( 


George A. Rockwell, 


- 


2d do. 


21 


,22 


<< 


Edward H. Sargent, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


, 19 


<< 


Philip B. Sawyer, . 


- 


2d do. 


21 


23 


(( 


Adelbert J. Smith, . 


_ 


2d do. 


18 


,18 


«« 


Calvin B. Smith, 


_ 


2d do. 


15 


,20 


«( 


Jesse G. Swift, . 


_ 


2d do. 


16 


,17 


<( 


Harry M. Taylor, . 


- 


2d do. 


19 


19 


<( 


Arthur E. Thayer, . 


- 


2d do. 


16 


16 


<( 


Albert L. Tribble, . 


— 


2d do. 


20 


20 


Sergeant, . 


William T. Ulman, . 


- 


2d do. 


20 


,21 


Private, 


Edward F. Willcutt, 


_ 


2d do. 


15 


,17 


«< 


Charles H. Cross, 2d, 


_ 


3d do. 


15 


,17 


<< 


Joseph N. Willcutt, . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


, 19 


it 


Edward L. Wingate, 


- 


3d do. 


15 


,17 


u 


Charles A. Jones, 


_ 


2d do. 


_ 


Musician, . 


William E. Lincoln, 


- 


3d do. 


- 



3 distinguished marksmen, 10 sharpshooters, 11 first class marksmen, 36 second 
class marksmen, 4 third class marksmen. Total, 64. 



136 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



FIELD AND STAFF. SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Kegt. and Co. 


(lass. 


1899. 


Major, 


Andrew Fitz, . 




8.8., 


44, 47, 44 


Chaplain, . 


Elvin J. Prescott, . 


- 


S. S., 


44, 46, 42 


Lieutenant, 


Robert Robertson, . 


_ 


8.8., 


47, 46, 44 


M 


A. Preston Chase, . 


8th Mass.,K, 


S. 8., 


22,23 


Lieut. Colonel, . 


Walter F. Peck, 


- 


2d Class, 


18, 19 


Lieutenant, 


George C. Littlefield, 


- 


2d do. 


20,21 


ii 


Harry A. Titus, 


- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Q. M. Sergeant, 


J. Clark Brown, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Drum Major, 


A. D. Coule, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Lieutenant, 


E. A. Maloon, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Major, 


J. William Vose, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant Major, 


A. Robertson, . 


8th Mass., E 
andF. 


2d do. 





4 sharpshooters, 4 second class marksmen, 4 third class marksmen, 1 unqualified 
member. Total, 13. 



COMPANY A, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Lieutenant, 
Captain, 
Sergeant, 
Corporal, 

Private, 



Sergeant, 

Corporal, 

Musician, 

Private, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

Corporal, 



Musician, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 
Private, 



Sergeant, 
Color Sergeant, 
Private, 



George E. Svmonds, 
Philip Little", . 
Nathaniel T. Very, . 
Percival Phillips, 
Charles H. Symonds, 
Charles 0. Dugan, . 
Israel D. Johnson, . 
Stephen H. Simon, . 
George W. Blinn, . 
Frederick L. Roberts, 
Justin D. Hanscom, 
John W. McBain, . 
Joseph H. Dyer, 
Charles H. Hodskinson, 
Frank B. Ellery, 
Charles E. Hayford, 
Arthur K. Hooper, . 
Walter L. Williams, 
George M. V. Evett, 
Francis J. Macdonald, 
Charles A. Peck, 
Harry J Phillips, 
Walter I. Staples, . 
Frederick E. Strout, 
George R. Whitaker, 
Charles C. Handy, . 
Daniel J. Fitzgerald, 
Edward P. Carlin, 
Charles C. Frye, 
Edward C. Osborne, 
William F. Neal, 
George W. Ferren, 
William A. Staples, 
Frank H. Cook, 
Herman E. Miller, 
James H. Flynn, 



D. 


M., 


S. S., 


8.8., 


8.8., 


8.8., 


8.8., 


8.8., 


8. 8., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



48, 49, 44 
46, 46, 42 

44, 48, 43 

45, 47, 43 
44, 46, 43 
44, 47, 44 
44, 48, 44 
44, 48, 46 

44,42 
44,43 
18, 18 
21,24 
20,21 
18, 18 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18, 19 
20,20 
18, 18 
19,20 
18, 19 
18, 19 
19,18 
18, 18 
16,17 

15, 16 
15,15 

16, 16 

16, 16 

17, 17 
16, 18 



1 distinguished marksman, 7 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 17 second class 
marksmen, 6 third class marksmen, 12 unqualified members. Total, 48. 



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137 



COMPANY B, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Lieutenant, 


Frank S. Perkins, . 




D. M., 


47, 48, 44 


II 


Edward F. Graham, 


- 


S. S., 


44,46 


Private, 


Arthur P. Danforth, 


- 


1st Class, 


20,20 


Sergeant, . 


Leonard H. Hamel, . 


- 


1st do. 


42,42 


<« 


Henry R. Leach, 


- 


1st do. 


21,21 


«« 


Harry S. Perkins, . 


- 


1st do. 


21,21 


Corporal, . 


Howard A. Arey, 


- 


2d do. 


19,19 


Private, 


Walter F. Barton, . 


- 


2d do. 


22,21 


<« 


Harvey R. Brooks, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,18 


« 


John W. Doddridge, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


a 


Peter E. Doliber, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,19 


u 


Ernest E. Evitts, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ti 


Charles P. Gifford, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


it 


Arthur E. Johnson, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<( 


Harry R. Noble, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


it 


Arthur E. Perkins, . 


- 


2d do. 


16, 15 


<« 


Everett C. Rea, 


- 


2d do. 


19,21 


it 


Frank A. Stanley, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,21 


Corporal, . 


Walter Whipple, 


- 


2d do. 


19,21 


tt 


Edwin F. Woodman, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Private, 


E. Kinsman Banks, . 


- 


3d do. 


15,15 


tt 


Dennison L. Brown, 


- 


3d do. 


16,16 


tt 


Bert. R. Cilley, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


a 


Edmund K. Copeland, 


- 


3d do. 


18, 16 


n 


Edwin A. Fogg, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


tt 


John D. Gardner, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


Musician, . 


Howard N. Mahew, . 


- 


3d do. 


17,17 


Private, 


George W. Putney, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


a 


John R. Sears, . 


- 


3d do. 


16,17 


it 


Alfred S. Harris, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


tt 


B. Alvah Price, 


- 


2d do. 


_ 


Sergeant, . 


Eugene T. Redmond, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


Thomas R. Sheehan, 


- 


2d do. 


_ 


Sergeant, . 


George R. Smith, 


- 


1st do. 


- 


Captain, 


Arthur N. Webb, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 



1 distinguished marksman, 1 sharpshooter, 5 first class marksmen, 18 second 
class marksmen, 10 third class marksmen, 14 unqualified members. Total, 49. 



COMPANY C, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Sergeant, 

Private, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 

<« 

Private, 
«« 

Captain, 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 
a 

Corporal, 
it 

tt 

a 

Private, 



A. F. Hull, 
Benjamin Dimock, 
C. F. Ropes, . 
A. Stephenson, Jr., 
J. E. Burbeck, . 
S. C. Marden, . 
J. A. Penty, 
J. E. Spencer, . 
H. R. Peach, . 
E. S. Nichols, . 
W. A. Mann, . 
J. H. Harris, . 
E. W. Hoyt, . 
C. F. Lee, 

E. Clark, . 

H. M. Brown, . 

F. G. Burns, . 
W. M. Crawford, 
CM. Jackman, 



D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


S.S., 


S.S., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



44,45 
48, 49, 47 
45, 46, 42 
44,47 
42,44 
20,20 
43,42 
20,20 
20, 21 
18,20 
18, 19 

18, 18 
21,20 
21,21 
20, 19 
19,18 

19, 18 
19, 19 
18, 18 



138 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, SECOND CORPS CADETS — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Private, 


J. A. Lyons, 




2d Class, 


21,21 


ii 


W.E.Ray, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<< 


M. P. Roblee, . 




8th Mass, K, 


2d do. 


18,20 


ii 


0. C. Symond8, 




- 


2d do. 


18,23 


u 


A. Smiley, 




- 


2d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


C. F. Stuart, . 




- 


2d do. 


22,21 


ii 


J. L. Stuart, 




- 


2d do. 


21,21 


H 


F. W. Tibbetts, 




- 


2d do. 


18,20 


(« 


G. F. Tanch, . 




- 


2d do. 


19,18 


«< 


R. E. Wells, . 




- 


2d do. 


22,22 


Sergeant, . 


H. P. Nourse, . 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Private, 


W. H. Clay, . 




- 


3d do. 


17,17 


<< 


A. Ebson, . 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


«< 


A. W. Foster, . 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


n 


F. Kingsley, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


<< 


F. T. Phippen, . 




- 


3d do. 


15,17 


<< 


W. A. South, . 




- 


3d do. 


15,15 


«< 


E. T. Saul, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


«< 


J. M. Upton, 




8th Mass., H, 


3d do. 


15, 15 


ii 


D. M. Boomhover, 




- 


2d do. 


- 


«« 


C. E. Lawrence, 




— 


2d do. 


~ 



2 distinguished marksmen, 2 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 24 second 
class marksmen, 9 third class marksmen, 3 unqualified members. Total, 43. 



COMPANY D, SECOND 


CORPS CAI 


)ETS. 




Captain, 


P. Frank Packard, . 


1st Mass., K, 


8.8., 


45, 46, 42 


Lieutenant, 


F. Ernest Clark, 


- 


S. S., 


47, 47, 44 


<< 


James N. Clark, 


- 


s. s., 


45, 46, 42 


Sergeant, . 


John W. Mclnnis, . 


8th Mass., H, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 42 


Corporal, . 


Henry D. Campbell, 
Ralph W. Cushman, 


- 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


<« 


- 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


M 


Eugene L. Pack, 


- 


s. s., 


47, 47, 47 


Bugler, 


Horace I. Stickney, . 


8th Mass., H, 


s. s., 


46, 46, 44 


Private, 


Cecil B. Almy, . 


- 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


<( 


Melvin D. Willard, . 


- 


s. s., 


44, 47, 44 


Corporal, . 


Ralph W. E. Rittenhouse, 


1st Mass., K, 


1st Class, 


42, 45 


Private, 


Frank B. Portland, . 


1st U. S. V. 










Engineer. 


1st do. 


43,44 


Sergeant, . 


Freeman R. Moore, . 


1st Mass., K, 


2d do. 


18,18 


Co. Q. M.Sergt., 


Frederick W. Gay, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Pennel A. Parker, . 


8th Mass., H, 


2d do. 


20,19 


«< 


Frank S. Cleaves, . 


- 


2d do. 


20,21 


Corporal, . 


Frank Semple, . 


8th Mass., H, 


2d do. 


19,21 


ii 


William A. Fairclough, . 


1st Mass., B, 


2d do. 


19, 21 


Bugler, 


John P. Dane, . 


- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


Private, 


Harry R. Davenport, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


«< 


John K. Duhig, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


u 


Walter C. Cushman, 


- 


2d do. 


21,19 


<< 


Warren P. Gray, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


" '. 


George E. Hanson, . 


- 


2d do. 


21,22 


«< 


Thomas S. Hurley, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


" 


Walter S. Lundgren, 


- 


2d do. 


18,20 


" 


George N. Stoppell, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,21 


" 


George F. Sutherland, 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


William S. Swift, . 


- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


u 


Frederick P. Willard, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


«« 


Herbert S. Fairclough, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


«< 


Charles S. Moses, . 


— 


2d do. 


20,21 



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139 



COMPANY D, SECOND CORPS CADETS — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Private, 
Bugler, 
Private, 



Oscar L. Wyman, . 
Frank E. Dow, 
Frank H. Bernard, . 
Franklin P. Douglass, 
David E. Gamble, . 
Clarence A. Hanson, 
Arthur L. Hebert, . 
Edwin A. Holmes, . 
Elmer P. Ingalls, 
Orlando S. Leighton, 
Frederick W. McCue, 
Ernest L. Newhall, . 
Charles E. Newhall, 
Robert T. Pollock, . 
Chester A. Porter, . 
William T. Pearson, 
Edwin F. Pitman, . 
William E. Matson, 
Edwin C. Reed, 
Frank W. Wheeler, . 
Cleveland E. Watrons, 



8th Mass., H, 



1st Conn., 



2d Class, 


19, 


3d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 



,18 
,17 
,17 
, 16 
,16 
,17 
,17 
,17 
, 16 
,17 
, 16 
, 15 
,15 
,16 
,17 
,15 
, 16 
,17 
,15 
,16 
,18 



10 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 21 second class marksmen, 20 third class 
marksmen. Total, 53. 



FIELD AND STAFF, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Lt. Commander, 


Gardner W. Allen, . 


Prairie, 


1st Class, 


19,21 


Lieutenant, 


Robert T. Moffatt, . 


Minnesota, 
Inca.Wyan- 
dotte. 


1st do. 


45,47 


a 


James P. Parker, 


Coast signal, 
Marcellus. 


1st do. 


22,22 


tt 


William S. Parker, . 


Coast signal, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Lt. Commander, 


William M. Paul, . 


Minnesota, 


2d do. 


20,21 


Captain, 


John W. Weeks, 


At Boston 
navy yard, 
Minnesota. 


2d do. 


16, 16 


Lieutenant, 


William A. Carey, . 


_ 


S. S., 


_ 


Lt. Commander, 


Arthur B. Denny, . 


Lehigh, 


s. s., 


_ 


Ensign, 


Edward G. Morse, . 


- 


s. s., 


_ 


Lieutenant, 


R. F. O'Neil, . 


Catskill, 


3d Class, 


_ 


<( 


C. B. Perkins, . 


- 


1st do. 


_ 


<« 


F. D. Williams, 


— 


1st do. 


— 



3 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 3 second class marksmen, 1 third class 
marksman, 3 unqualified members. Total, 15. 



HEADQUARTERS DIVISION, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Seaman, 


Samuel G. Smith, 


5th Mass., G, 


D. M , 


47,48 


Chief Q. M., 


Howard Clapp, 


Coast signal, 


S. S., 


45, 46, 42 


Quartermaster, . 


J. J. Dixon. 


Coast signal, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 44 


Chief Bugler, 


William D. Grier, . 


Lehigh, 


1st Class, 


21,21 


Chief Machinist, 


T. R. Armstrong, 


Catskill, 


2d do. 


18,20 



140 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



HEADQUARTERS DIVISION, NAVAL BRIGADE - Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service In U. 8. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Fireman, . 


H. H. Bartlett, 




2d Class, 


19, 18 


Chief Machinist, 


A. J. Black, . 




Lehigh, 


2d do. 


19,21 


Seaman, 


W. C. Byam, . 




Inca, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Quartermaster, . 


M. G. Hackett, 




Coast signal, 


2d do. 


18,20 


Chief Machinist, 


T. R. Hodgens, 




Catskill, 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Water Tender, . 


M. P. Hogan, . 




- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Chief G. M., 


John O'Hearn, . 




Inca, 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Equipment Yeo- 












man, 


F. B. Philbrook, 




Prairie, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Gunner's Mate, . 


S. H. Stone, 




Inca, 


2d do. 


19,20 


Signalman, 


E. Brown, 




Coast signal, 


3d do. 


15,20 


Oiler, . 


J. Larkin, 




- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Water Tender, . 


C. W. Pitcher, . 




Catskill, 


3d do. 


15,15 


Pay Yeoman, . 


W. W. Capen, . 




_ 


2d do. 


- 


Seaman, 


Horace Carpenter, 




- 


2d do. 


- 


Water Tender, . 


J. H. Flint, 




Lehigh, Inca, 


2d do. 


- 


Master-at-Arms, 


Frederick Lang, 




Lehigh, 


S. S., 


- 


Oiler, . 


D. E. Noonan, . 




- 


2d Class, 


- 


Pay Yeoman, 


T. S. Prouty, . 




Catskill, 


2d do. 


- 


Apothecary, 


W. M. Russell, 




Lehigh, 


2d do. 


- 


Seaman, 


A. T. Smith, . 




- 


2d do. 


~ 



1 distinguished marksman, 3 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 17 second 
class marksmen, 3 third class marksmen, 28 unqualified members. Total, 53. 



COMPANY A, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Chief B. M. 




Lieutenant, 




Seaman, 


, . 


G. M., 


. 


B. M., 


. 


Cox., . 


. 


Seaman, 


, . 


<( 




H 




M 


m 


II 




G. M., 


. 


Seaman, 


. 


Cox., . 


. 


G. M., 


. 


Lieutenant, 


. 


Seaman, 


. 


M 




<« 




«« 




(( 




<« 


t 9 


«< 




«< 




II 




«< 


( # 


(« 




(< 




<« 




Q. M., 


. 


Seaman, 


• 



William J. McLaughlin, 
Arno A. Bittues, 
Robert A. Chandler, 
George C. Fisher, 
James J. Ryan, 
William Antrobus, 
Harry J. Blaisdell, 
Samuel L. Bolton, 
George W. Emery, 
Harry F. Lovering, 
James E. Lydon, 
Bradford H. Pierce, 
Morton F. Sanborn, 
Benjamin G. Sawin, 
Robert L. Smith, 
Daniel H. Sughrue, 
Alexander J. Baker, 
Herbert C. Bucknam, 
Robert J. Eberts, 
Frank W. Fisher, . 
Peter Friarv, Jr., 
Northbert f . Long, . 
Thomas E. Mullholland, 
Howard E. Odiorne, 
Walter M. Perry, . 
Harrison H. Sawyer, 
William E. Taylor, . 
Joseph B. Van Buskirk, 
William S. Burgess, 
Alexander D. Cameron, 
John J. Cotter, 



Lehigh, 

Prairie, 

Yale, 

Lehigh, 

Lehigh, 

Gov. Russell, 



5th Mass., M, 

Lehigh, 

Prairie, 
East Boston, 
Prairie, 
Catskill, 

5th Mass., M, 



Prairie, 
Lehigh, 
Gov. Russell, 



s. s., 


18, 


IstClass, 


22, 


1st 


do. 


42, 


1st 


do. 


21, 


1st 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


22, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


20, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


- 


1st 


do. 


- 


3d 


do. 


■ 



19 
21 
46 
21 
18 
18 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
21 
22 
19 
18 
19 
15 
17 
17 
16 
18 
17 
16 
15 
17 
18 
16 
16 



1900.] 



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141 



COMPANY A, NAVAL BRIGADE -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work 
1899. 


B. M., 

Seaman, 
■< 

u 

Bugler, 


George A. Eddy, 
Francis 0. Fogland, 
George F. Keenan, . 
Charles A. Rhode, . 
Charles K. Viall, . 


Lehigh, 

5th Mass., E, 

Lehigh, 

Lehigh, 


2d Class, 
2d do. 
3d do. 
2d do. 
3d do. 


- 



1 sharpshooter, 5 first class marksmen, 14 second class marksmen, 16 third class 
marksmen, 19 unqualified members. Total, 55. 



COMPANY B, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Seaman, 




Lieutenant, 


. 


B. M., 


. 


Seaman, 


4 


G. M., 


I 


Ensign, 
Seaman, 


• 


Q. M., 


. 


Seaman, 


. 


Lieutenant, 


. 


Seaman, 


. 


Bugler, 
Seaman, 


• 


<( 


. 


B. M., 


• 


Seaman, 




<( 


# 


«« 




Q.M., 


m 


Seaman, 


# 


Cox., . 


. 


Seaman, 


# 


u 




(t 




(( 


§ 


tt 




«( 


• 


(( 


, # 


«< 


m 


(( 


t # 


«( 


# 


«( 


• 



George P. Cooley, . 
Charles H. Brigham, 
Edw. L. Jones, 
Gilbert T. Manson, . 
Herbert S. Robbins, 
David J. Cartwright, 
Frank S. Hammond, 
Frederick W. Stockbridge, 
Frank L. Allen, 
Frederick M. Dyer, . 
James F. Mohan, 
Edward A. MacCausland 
Jos. A. McCormack, 
Winthrop Packard, 
John A. Samson, 

Geo. H. Scully, 
Ernest H. Shortwell 
Fred A. Stevens, 
Herbert B. Vialle, 
Alfred M. Wyman, 
Uriah T. Brownell, 
Irving W. Fletcher, 
Fred H. French, 
Willard J. Carver, 
William J. Colby, 
George L. Covell, 
Lincoln D. Hatch, 
Francis J. Maloy, 
Francis J. Overton, 
James C. Peabody, 
Alfred W. Sprague, 
Thomas M. Ware, Jr 



1st Mass., B, 

Prairie, 

Lehigh, 

Lehigh, 

U.S. Engineer, 

Lehigh, 
Prairie, 
Lehigh, 
Prairie, 
Lehigh, 

Prairie, 

U. S. N., Sig. 

Corps. 
Prairie, 



Lehigh, 
Prairie, 

Prairie, 
Prairie, 
Prairie, 
Prairie, 
Prairie, 

Lehigh, 

Lehigh, 



D. 


M., 


S.S., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


s. s., 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


S. g 


>•, 


3d Class, 


2d 


do. 



48, 50, 50 

19, 19 
44, 49, 42 

46, 46, 43 

47, 46, 44 
43,42 
20,20 
22, 19 
18,19 

18, 19 

19, 18 
18, 18 
18,18 
20,20 
21,18 

21,22 
18,18 

18, 19 

19, 19 
18, 18 
16, 15 
16, 15 
16,18 



1 distinguished marksman, 5 sharpshooters, 3 first class marksmen, 18 second 
class marksmen, 5 third class marksmen, 8 unqualified members. Total, 40. 



COMPANY C, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Lieutenant, 


Charles H. Parker, . 


Catskill, Mar- 
cellus. 


S. S., 


22,22 


B. M., 


George B. Adams, . 


Catskill, 


1st Class, 


21,21 


it 


Edward H. Scribner, 


Coast signal, 


1st do. 


21,21 


Bugler, 


Guyton W. Bugonzoni, . 


Catskill, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Cox., . 


Standish Prescott, . 


Prairie, 


2d do. 


20,21 


G. M., 


Clarence B. Sawyer, 


Prairie, 


2d do. 


18, 19 



142 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, NAVAL BRIGADE - Concluded. 



Hank. 



Namk. 



8ervlce in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Seaman, 




«« 


. 


«< 




«< 


9 


14 




(I 




(1 




G. M., 


- 


Lieutenant, 


. 


Q. M., 


. 


Seaman, 


. 


Q. M., 


. 


Cox., . 


. 


Seaman, 


. 


N 




Chief B. M 


» • 



George McG. Wallace, 
Walter S. Burwell, . 
Arthur B. Butler, . 
Carl R. Hanks, 
Fred H. Hodgman, . 
Herbert A. Morse, . 
Robert W. Perham, 
Edwin A. Stowe, 
Timothy W Sprague, 
Walter M. Barker, . 
Bertrand F. Bell, 
Gardner P. Capen, . 
George H. Bailey, . 
William H. McEwen, Jr, 
Austin H. Parker, . 
John P. Perham, 



Catskill, 



Prairie, 

Prairie, 
Catskill, 
Coast signal, 
East Boston, 

Prairie, 
Catskill, 



2d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18,20 
16, 15 

18, 15 
16, 15 
15, 15 
15, 15 

19. 17 
17,17 



1 sharpshooter, 3 first class marksmen, 7 second class marksmen, 11 third class 
marksmen, 29 unqualified members. Total, 51. 



COMPANY D, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Ensign, 

B. M., 

C. B. M., 
Seaman, 
G. M., 
Lieutenant, 

G. M., 
Cox., . 
Seaman, 
Bugler, 
Q. M., 
Seaman, 
B. M., 
Seaman, 
Q. M., 
Seaman, 



Lieutenant, 
Seaman, 



Louis E. Felton, 
George V. Bacon, . 
Robert S. Lavender, 
Franklin P. Martin, 
Walter L. Taylor, . 
George S. Selfridge, 

George A. E. Dreuett, 
John M. Gibbs, Jr., . 
Wallace F. Goodnow, 
Elbridge G. K. Lavender 
Alfred H. Manton, . 
Harold B. Mansfield, 
Stuart B. Miller, 
Malcolm D. Miller, . 
Percy E. Barbour, . 
Warren S. Barnes, . 
James E. Connaughton, 
George H. Cook, 
Thomas A. Connelly, 
Albert P. Danforth, . 
Frederick C. C. Greene, 
John H. Monaghan, 
Donald F. MacPhee, 
Burton, F. Nichols, . 
Charles A. Leary, . 
Walter I. Ross, 
Charles S. Whitney, 
Charles H. Butterick, 
William C. Cram, . 
Gardner I. Jones, 
Shyanies Chyford, . 
James McClory, 
Walter L. Reed, 
Elvin M. Stuart, 
Frank S. Shiverick, . 
Walter L. Wood, . 
James S. Walker, 



Catskill, 
Catskill, 
Catskill, 
Catskill, 
Catskill, 
Catskill, Mar- 

cellus. 
Catskill, 
Catskill, 



Lehigh, 
Prairie, 

Catskill, 



Lehigh, 
Catskill, 
Lehigh, Jason, 



Inca, 
Lehigh, 



Prairie, 



D. 


M., 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


8.S., 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


S. S., 


3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



47, 47, 46 
15, 18 



16 
43 
20 
16 

19 
20 
18 
18 
21 
18 
21 
20 
16 
15 
17 
15 
16 
16 
16 
17 
16 
16 
16 
15 
16 



18 
43 
18 
15 

19 
22 
19 
18 
20 
22 
24 
21 
16 
16 
18 
17 
18 
17 
15 
19 
16 
19 
17 
16 
16 



1 distinguished marksman, 2 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 11 second class 
marksmen, 19 third class marksmen, 19 unqualified members. Total, 56. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



143 



COMPANY E, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Seaman, 


Arthur F. Cary, 




S. S., 


46, 46, 45 


B. M., 


Alva G. Corrao, 


Signal service, 


S. S., 


47, 49, 47 


Lieutenant, 


Martin L. Kimball, . 


Catskill, 


s. s., 


17, 17 


G. M., 


James P. Linehan, . 


Catskill, 


s. s., 


46, 47, 43 


Lieutenant, 


Herbert L. Smith, . 


Prairie, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 47 


Ensign, 


Fred H. Turnbull, . 


Catskill, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


Seaman, 


Charles H. Clark, . 


Catskill, 


1st Class, 


43,42 


Cox., . 


Chester Hunt, . 


Inca, 


1st do. 


44,45 


Seaman, 


Ernest D. Abbott, . 


Prairie, 


2d do. 


20,21 


Cox., . 


Charles L. Anderson, 


- 


2d do. 


16, 15 


Seaman, 


Walter H. Blethur, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


Ralph H. Cary, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«« 


Everett C. Chisholm, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


Edward. L. Cuthbert, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Q. M., ! ! 


George I. Dowing, . 


Signal service, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Seaman, 


Clarence S. Gedney, 


Catskill, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«« 


Benjamin E. Hill, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


B. M., 


Albert H. Kimball, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


Seaman, 


Jonathan A. Mansfield, . 


- 


2d do. 


20,21 


(< 


Howard W. Newhall, 


- 


2d do. 


18,20 


M 


Ernest R. Peale, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Q. M., '. 


Frank A. Power, 


Signal service, 


2d do. 


15,17 


Seaman, 


Charles E. Shaw, 


- 


2d do. 


19, 19 


»< 


Arthur R. Armstrong, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 17 


<< 


John S. Chisholm, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Bugler, 


Daniel N. Evens, 


Gov. Russell, 


3d do. 


17,21 


Seaman, 


John J. Garvin, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


If 


Kelley P. Ham, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


(( 


John H. Hamill, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


« 


Lawrence B. Howard, 


East Boston, 


3d do. 


15,20 


<< 


John F. McCarthy, . 


- 


3d do. 


17, 19 


<< 


Charles P. Murchison, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


l< 


Louis A. Rodland, . 


- 


3d do. 


17,17 


(( 


John F. Shaw, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 19 


«< 


Charles H. Smith, . 


- 


3d do. 


15,20 


«« 


Aaron Winslow, Jr., 


- 


3d do. 


15,15 


G. M., ! ! 


William F. Pittman, 


East Boston, 


2d do. 


— 



6 sharpshooters, 2 first class marksmen, 16 second class marksmen, 13 third class 
marksmen, 18 unqualified members. Total, 55. 




144 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY F, NAVAL BRIGADE - Concluded. 



Hank. 


Name. 


Service In U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Kegt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Seaman, . 


W. R. Stahr, . 




s. s., 


46, 46, 42 


Q. M., . . 


J. L. Stebbins, . 




Prairie, 


s. s., 


18, 16 


it 


V. K. Wakem, 




Prairie, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 46 


Seaman, 


N. C. West, . 




Prairie, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 43 


41 


J. M. Young, Jr., 




Lehigh, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 45 


<« 


A. T. Benton, . 




- 


1st Class, 


42,44 


(< 


Albert Jackson, 




_ 


1st do. 


42,42 


II 


AW. McQuillan, 




- 


1st do. 


42,43 


<< 


W. E. Snow, . 




_ 


1st do. 


42,43 


II 


A. G. Weeks, . 




Lehigh, 


1st do. 


44,46 


(« 


T. H. Atwood, . 




- 


2d do. 


18,18 


<< 


F. W. Bence, . 




Prairie, 


2d do. 


19, 18 


<< 


W. J. Bennett, . 




_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


II 


F. H. Boothby, 




- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


<< 


E. P. Brown, . 




Lehigh, 


2d do. 


19, 19 


II 


C. C. Collins, . 




- 


2d do. 


18,19 


<« 


D. F. Connors, . 




_ 


2d do. 


19, 18 


II 


A. L. Gifford, . 




- 


2d do. 


20,21 


<( 


J. N. Gladding, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


II 


W. E. Grenfell, 




- 


2d do. 


18,19 


II 


E. Korzeneski, 




Prairie, 


2d do. 


22,21 


Bugler, 


J. F. A. Leonard, 




_ 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Seaman, 


A. A. Macomber, 




_ 


2d do. 


18,19 


<< 


V. H. Mantins, 




Lehigh, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


ii 


George Morton, 




- 


2d do. 


22, 18 


ii 


J. T. Nelson, . 




_ 


2d do. 


22,22 


<< 


W. H. Nelson, . 




- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


J. E. O'Connell, 




_ 


2d do. 


19, 19 


<< 


T. N. Paquin, . 




- 


2d do. 


20, 21 


i< 


P. C. Peterson, 




- 


2d do. 


21, 19 


«< 


A. S. Reed, 




- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«« 


S. J. Sanford, . 




Prairie, 


2d do. 


18, 19 


«« 


W. A. Sherman, 




- 


2d do. 


21, 18 


«« 


F. H. Slack, . 




- 


2d do. 


20,20 


<« 


Thomas Walker, Jr. 




- 


2d do. 


21,22 


it 


John Warburston, . 




- 


2d do. 


22,20 


<« 


J. E. Willets, . 




- 


2d do. 


20, 18 


u 


J. H. Wilson, Jr., . 




- 


2d do. 


19,21 


ii 


M. J. Clark, . 




_ 


3d do. 


17, 16 


<< 


T. H. Kirkman, 




- 


3d do. 


17,15 


«i 


H. D. Lown, 




- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


«< 


W. G. White, . 




— 


3d do. 


16, 15 



21 sharpshooters, 5 first class marksmen, 28 second class marksmen, 4 third class 
marksmen. Total, 58. 



COMPANY G, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Chief B. M., . 


Edward B. Bates, . 


Catskill, 


S. S., 


45, 46, 47 


Seaman, 


James Bvrne, . 


Gov. Russell, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


Cox., . 


George H. Gifford, . 


Prairie, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


G. M., 


Bvron B Hambly, . 


Catskill, 


s. s., 


44, 47, 46 


Seaman, 


James H. Manchester, 


Catskill, 


s. s., 


45, 46, 46 


Q. M., 


Charles E. Oman, . 


Gov. Russell, 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


G. M., 


Charles E. Phinney, 


Gov. Russell, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


Cox., . 


John S. Silvia, . 


Prairie, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 47 


Lieutenant, 


A. Ernest Thomas, . 


Gov. Russell, 


s. s., 


44, 46, 46 


B. M., 


John F. Walton, 


- 


s. s., 


45, 48, 47 


Seaman, 


Albert J. Ayer, 


Gov. Russell, 


s. s., 


45,42 


Q. M., . . 


Thomas A. Clark, . 


Gay Head St., 


s. s., 


44,44 



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145 



COMPANY G, NAVAL, BRIGADE — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Lieutenant, 


David G. F. Ward, . 


Gov. Russell, 


s. s., 


44,42 


Seaman, 


Arthur Mellor, . 


Gay Head St., 


s. s., 


21 


18 


B. M., 


Frederick T. Roach, 


Gov. Russell, 


s. s., 


22 


22 


Seaman, 


Charles I. Drew, 


Gay Head St., 


1st Class, 


44 


44 


<< 


Leonard H. Mellor, . 


Gov. Russell, 


1st do. 


42 


46 


<< 


George L. Packard, . 


- 


1st do. 


44 


43 


«« 


William E. Spiller, . 


- 


1st do. 


43 


42 


<« 


Charles A. P. Tobey, 


- 


1st do. 


43 


43 


<< 


Alfred E. Rainsford, 


Prairie, 


1st do. 


19 


18 


Bayman, . 


William H. Rowe, . 


Catskill, 


1st do. 


16 


16 


Seaman, . 


William F. Andrews, 


Gov. Russell, 


2d do. 


21 


19 


<( 


Stephen C. Downey, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<< 


Joseph M. Enos, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


«« 


Charles A. Foley, . 


- 


2d do. 


22 


18 


<« 


James H. Higham, . 


- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<< 


John P. Karl, . 


- 


3d do. 


19 


18 


<« 


Peter J. McDonnell, 


Prairie, 


2d do. 


18 


19 


(< 


Alphonse P. Millotte, 


Gov. Russell, 


2d do. 


18 


18 


ii 


Charles F. Ricketson, 


- 


2d do. 


18 


18 


<« 


Joseph Thorpe, 


- 


2d do. 


19 


18 


<« 


Fred Treadup, Jr., . 


- 


2d do. 


20 


19 


<< 


Mede Tetrault, . 


Gov. Russell, 


2d do. 


18 


18 


«« 


David Brown, . 


- 


3d do. 


16 


18 


<i 


Joseph Martin, . 


- 


3d do. 


19 


16 


«« 


Anthony E. Rose, . 


- 


3d do. 


19 


15 


(C 


Jarvis Counsell, Jr., 


Gov. Russell, 


3d do. 


- 


(( 


William Francis, 


Prairie, 


2d do. 


- 


«( 


John F. Hall, . 


Prairie, 


1st do. 


- 


(« 


Harry J. Ricketson, 


- 


s. S., 


— 



16 sharpshooters, 8 first class marksmen, 13 second class marksmen, 4 third class 
marksmen, 9 unqualified members. Total, 50. 



COMPANY H, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Seaman, 


Frank G. Hodskins, 




D. M., 


46, 48, 48 


Ensign, 


Walter S. Barr, 


- 


S S., 


46, 46, 48 


Seaman, 


Leonard S. Chapin, . 


- 


s. s., 


22,22 


Lieutenant, 


William 0. Cohn, . 


Lehigh, 


s. s., 


23,23 


Seaman, 


Albert N. Luce, 


Lehigh, 


s. s., 


15, 15 


Chief B. M., 


William H. Owens, . 


Prairie, 


s. s., 


47, 47, 46 


Seaman, 


Edward S. Smith, . 


Prairie, 


S.S., 


48, 48, 49 


B. M., 


Arthur N. Strong, . 


Saturn, 


s. s., 


48,46 


Q. M., 


D. Charles White, . 


- 


s. s., 


22,21 


B. M., 


Alfred T. Wright, . 


- 


s. s., 


46, 48, 46 


G. M., 


Weston F. Bright, . 


Lehigh, 


1st Class, 


42,43 


Seaman, 


Guy A. Preble, 


Prairie, 


1st do. 


42,43 


«« 


Gilbert G. Patnode, . 


Prairie, 


1st do. 


16, 16 


ii 


Stephen O. Russell, . 


- 


1st do. 


19,20 


G. M., 


Winfred A. Sabin, . 


Lehigh, 


1st do. 


42,45 


Seaman, 


Charles H. Vining, . 


- 


1st do. 


42,42 


«< 


Rupert H. B. Warburton, 


Lehigh, 


1st do. 


18,17 


<< 


Henry W. Wasson, . 


Prairie, 


1st do. 


18, 18 


(< 


Howard F. Baker, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


Charles I. Dickens, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Lieutenant, 


Jenness K. Dexter, . 


Lehigh, Gov. 
Russell. 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Seaman, 


Victor Gerraut, 


_ 


2d do. 


19,18 


«< 


Frank C. Grossarth, 


_ 


2d do. 


20,20 


«< 


Arthur P. Hale, 


— 


2d do. 


20, 18 



146 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY H, NAVAL BRIGADE -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Sauk. 


8ervice in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 
Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Seaman, 


Ward H. Long, 


Prairie, 


2d Class, 


20, 16 


ii 


Louis C. Merritt, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


<< 


Frederick C. Parsons, 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


Louis I. Paro, . 


- 


2d do. 


23,22 


ii 


Frederick J. Smith, . 


- 


2d do. 


18,20 


(t 


James H. Shaw, 


- 


2d do. 


21,22 


ii 


James A. Turnbull, . 


Prairie, 


2d do. 


15, 16 


ii 

it 


George L. Thompson, 
Earnest A. Witt, 


- 


2d do. 
2d do. 


21, 21 
21,20 


ii 


Thomas K. Atkinson, 


_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


u 


Roland Atkinson, . 


_ 


3d do. 


17, 15 


Bayman, . 


Willis D. Bullard, . 


- 


3d do. 


16,17 


Seaman, 


Alfred J. Burgin, 


- 


3d do. 


20, 17 


Bugler, 


Arthur W. Blauvett, 


Prairie, 


3d do. 


17, 18 


Q. M., 


Webster C. Clark, . 


Prairie, 


3d do. 


17,20 


Cox., . 


William A. Deardon, 


Prairie, 


3d do. 


17,17 


Seaman, 


Frank Fielding, 
Charles B. Miller, . 


Prairie, 


3d do. 
3d do. 


16, 15 
16,17 


ii 


Fred E. Steele,. 


Prairie, 


1st do. 


- 


<« 


Robert H. Wheeler, 


Prairie, 


1st do. 


— 



1 distinguished marksman, 9 sharpshooters, 10 first class marksmen, 15 second 
class marksmen, 9 third class marksmen, 5 unqualified members. Total, 49. 



COMPANY I, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Lieutenant, 




ii 


. 


Ensign, 
B. M., 


• 


Seaman, 


, 


B. M., 


. 


Q. M., 


. 


Seaman, 


. 


ii 




M 




(( 




Cox., . 


, . 


Seaman, 


, 


ii 


. 


ii 




Cox., . 


, # 


Seaman, 


. 


<< 




<< 




<( 




«< 




<« 




Q. M., 


. 


Seaman, 


i . 


ii 




<i 


, # 


ii 




Bugler, 


• 



Richard P. Borden, . 
George W. Palmer, Jr., 
William M. Olding, 
Thomas Pargen, 
Joseph H. Ainley, 
Antone Augustus, 
Charles H. M. Bolton, 
John F. Chippendale, 
Joseph S. Cote, 
Frank P. Curran, 
William F. Dolan, 
Timothy Downey, 
William Farrar, 
James E. Harrington, 
Frank Hibbert, 
Thomas F. Keeher, 
Harry Lees, 
Peter W. McMahon, 
James J. Malone, 
Michael T. Mitchell, 
Henry Morin, . 
Edward J. Murphy, 
Daniel E. Murphy, 
Thomas O'Brien, 
John O'Loughlin, 
Dennis D. Shea, 
Thomas J. Tracy, 
William J. Storv, 



Prairie, 
Prairie, 



Prairie, 



S. S., 


15, 


2d Class, 


21, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


17, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


17, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


18, 


3d do. 


18, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


15, 


S. S., 





17 
21 
19 
19 
16 
15 
17 
17 
19 
16 
15 
16 
15 
16 
18 
15 
15 
17 
16 
15 
16 
15 
18 
16 
16 
16 
15 



2 sharpshooters, 3 second class marksmen, 23 third class marksmen, 22 unqualified 
members. Total, 60. 



1900.] 



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147 



COMPANY K, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 



Record 
Class. 



Range Work. 
1899. 



Lieutenant, 
Ensign, 
B. M., 
Lieutenant, 
G. M., 
Seaman, 



Edward Pelhara Dodd, 
Ray D. Jones, . 
Martin W. Brown, . 
Ewing W. Hamlin, . 
Willard E. Littlefield, 
Samuel L. McLeod, . 
Emile A. Peridier, . 
William B. Wallace, 



Gov. Russell, 
EnsignU.S.N., 



s. s 


•> 


s. s 


• » 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



16, 17 

21, 19 

20, 19 

22, 20 
20,23 

21, 19 
15,16 
16, 16 



2 sharpshooters, 4 second class marksmen, 2 third class marksmen, 46 unqualified 
members. Total, 54. 



COMPANY L, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Lieutenant, 




«« 




Ensign, 
B.M., 


• 


(< 




G. M., 


9 


Q. M., 




<< 




Cox., 


9 


Seaman, 


t . 


«« 




«« 




<« 




« 




<( 




C. P. 0., 


m 


Cox., . 


. 


Bay man, 
Seaman, 


• 


«< 




<« 




(i 




u 




<( 




<< 




tt 


. 


it 


. 


<( 




<i 




<« 


. 


i< 




<« 




«« 




<< 




«( 




ii 


t # 


(< 


• 



Edward G. Moody, . 
David P. Page, 
Ralph L. Shepard, . 
Walter R. Bradbury, 
Woodbury Manson, 
E. W. Towne, . 
Charles W. Howard, 
Samuel S. Truesdale, 
Fred. J. Fallon, 
Berkley S. Blake, 
Edward E. Briggs, 
Henry S. Beckett, 
Philip E. Curtis, 
Richard I. Patriquin, 
Samuel Scriveres, 
William N. Davidson, 
William F. Fox, 
Norton P. Gould, 
Archibald Black, 
Caleb C. Buzzell, 
Arthur G. Caldwell, 
John P. Crowley, 
Joseph Dalton, . 
Henry S. Fogg, 
Carl E. Hardy, 
Charles A. Hussey, 
Joshua Janvrin, 
Frank King, 
Frank R. Langmaid, 
George L. Merrill, 
David P. Newhall, 
James C. Noyes, 
Elbridge B. Paul, 
George E. Rogers, 
Walter E. Ross, 
John J. Walsh, 
Frank A. Woodwell, 



2d Class, 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 



19 
18 
19 
20 
21 
21 
22 
22 
19 
18 
20 
20 
21 
22 
19 
16 
17 
16 
15 
15 
18 
18 
19 
15 
18 
17 
17 
18 
16 
19 
18 
15 
18 
16 
17 
16 
17 



15 second class marksmen, 22 third class marksmen, 21 unqualified members. 
Total, 68. 



148 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service In U. 8. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Sergt. Major, . 


Wintbrop Alexander, 


— 


s. s., 


42, 42, 42 


Lieutenant, 


John C. Kerrison, . 


- 


s. s., 


20, 20 


Major, 


William A. Perrins, 


- 


s. s., 


42, 42, 38 


Sergeant, . 


Albert L. Wvman, . 


- 


s. s., 


42, 44, 38 


«< 


Albert R. Beddall, 




- 


1st Class, 


21, 19 


Lieutenant, 


John W. Hall, . 




- 


2d do. 


19, 18 


Sergeant, . 


Chris Harrison, 




- 


2d do. 


20, 19 


Lieutenant, 


Alfred Mudge, . 




- 


2d do. 


20,20 


Sergeant, . 


Arthur H. Lovesy, 




- 


3d do. 


17,16 


Lieutenant, 


Albert E. Carr, 




- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Fred. L. Ward, 




~ 


2d do. 


■* 



4 sharpshooters, 1 first class marksman, 4 second class marksmen, 2 third class 
marksmen. Total, 11. 



TROOP A, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Trooper, 



Sergeant, 
ti 

Trooper, 

Sergeant, 

Corporal, 

Private, 

Sergeant, 

Private, 

Corporal, 

Musician, 

Sergeant, 

Trooper, 



Lieutenant 

Trooper, 

Sergeant, 

Trooper, 

Corporal, 
«< 

Trooper, 



<< 
u 

(< 

Corporal, 
Trooper, 



Musician, 
Trooper, 



Sergeant, 
Trooper, 



Charles B. Appleton, 
Harrold K. Barrows, 
Charles W. Eaton, 
Edward W. Graham, 
Fred. G. Havlin, 
Frank T. Hitchcock, 
George L. Marshall, 
William H. Partridge, 
Fred R. Robinson, 
Arthur F. Shepard, 
Alfred O. Tufts, 
Samuel J. Wilde, 
John S. Barrows, 
Charles Waugh, 
Jackson Caldwell, 
Percival M. Churchill, 
Daniel F. Davis, 
John Damon, . 
Leon W. Ham, 
Henry L. James, 
Byron R. Mitchell, 
Frank K. Neal, 
Walter F. Norman, 
James Rice, 
Walter C. Stevens, 
Thomas O. Turner, 
Walter Wiggin, 
George E. Tufts, 
Ernst S. Anderson, 
Samuel S. Anderson, 
Alfred H. Howard, 
John K. Perkins, 
William L. Rutan, 
Warren J. Robinson, 
Oscar J. West, . 
William S. Young, 
Alfred M. Blinn, 
George S. Brownlow, 
Alfred Bickford, 
William W. Diehl, 
Arthur E. Hamilton, 
William Housman, 
Horace J. Kidder, 





S. s., 


42, 42, 39 


- 


S. S., 


42, 42, 41 


- 


s. s., 


21,21 


- 


s. s., 


14,22 


- 


s. s., 


19,20 


_ 


s. s., 


18,20 


_ 


s. s., 


20,20 


- 


s. s., 


44, 45, 42 


_ 


s. s., 


43, 44, 41 


- 


s. s., 


19,20 


- 


s. s., 


18,20 


- 


s. S M 


44, 43, 41 


_ 


1st Class, 


43,45 


- 


1st do. 


16, 16 


- 


2d do. 


17, 18 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


- 


2d do. 


17, 17 


- 


2d do. 


20,21 


— 


2d do. 


17,19 


_ 


2d do. 


21,21 


_ 


2d do. 


15, 16 


- 


2d do. 


17,18 


- 


2d do. 


15, 19 


- 


2d do. 


17,17 


- 


2d do. 


17,19 


_ 


2d do. 


18,21 


_ 


2d do. 


18, 19 


_ 


2d do. 


18, 18 


- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


- 


3d do. 


14, 18 


_ 


3d do. 


15, 19 


- 


3d do. 


15, 15 


_ 


3d do. 


15, 15 


_ 


3d do. 


14, 18 


- 


3d do. 


15, 18 


- 


3d do. 


15,15 


- 


2d do. 


- 


- 


2d do. 


- 


- 


2d do. 


- 


_ 


2d do. 


- 


- 


S. S., 


- 


_ 


1st Class, 


- 


— 


2d do. 


m 



1900.] 



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149 



TROOP A, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. 8. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Trooper, 


Robert J. Lynd, 


_ 


2d Class, 




Corporal, . 


Charles A. Ladd, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Trooper, . 


Frank M. Moore, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Corporal, . 


Frank E. Martin, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Trooper, . 


Alfred W. Marshall, 


- 


3d do. 


- 




i 


George R. McMaster, 


- 


3d do. 


- 




c 


Charles T. Rogers, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 




i 


Alfred B. Rich, 


- 


1st do. 


- 




< 


Harry B. Richmond, 


- 


2d do. 


- 




< 


Charles E. Ramsdell, 


- 


2d do. 


- 




« 


Elmer C. Smith, 


- 


3d do. 


- 




« 


George K. Savill, 


- 


2d do. 


- 




< 


Thomas H. Squary, 


- 


3d do. 


- 




« 


Arthur L. Souther, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 




< 


Leo F. Saunders, 


- 


3d do. 


- 




« 


William M. Torrey, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


<( 


Fred. H. Young, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Captain, 


Doris A. Young, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Trooper, . 


Hallie C. Blake, 


~ 


3d do. 


— 



13 sharpshooters, 4 first class marksmen, 29 second class marksmen, 16 third class 
marksmen, 17 unqualified members. Total, 79. 



TROOP D, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Trooper, 
<< 

Lieutenant, 

Sergeant, 
<« 

Captain, 
Corporal, 
Sergeant, 
Trooper, 



Lieutenant, 

Trooper, 
<< 

Sergeant, 
Trooper, 



Sergeant, 
Trooper, 



Bugler, 

Corporal, 
«< 

Trooper, 



William L. Swan, . 
Owen C. Charles, 
James L. Fairbanks, 
Oliver D. Greene, 
Edwin S. Locke, 
John Perrins, Jr., 
Elon F. Tandy, 
Albert J. Walton, . 
George H. Beardslee, 
Roscoe W. Crediford, 
William J. Dana, 
William H. Kelly, . 
George W. Lane, 
Clyde D. Moulton, . 
Samuel T. Sinclair, . 
Andrew H. Stewart, 
John A. Alden, 
J. Joseph Canaher, . 
Henry C. Claxton, . 
Eugene A. Coburn, . 
Emil G. Hartung, . 
James A. Mclsaac, . 
G. Lester Marston, . 
James W. Mcintosh, 
William C. Rogers, . 
Charles A. Schmitz, 
Lewis G. Smith, 
William H. Wilson, 
John C. Akins, 
John E. Colclough, . 
George E. Cole, 
Clarence B. Fancy, . 
Frank J. Googins, . 
Frederick C. Lane, . 
John E. Lewis, 



1st Mass., L, 



2dU.S.Art.,A, 
7th U. S. Art., 



5th Mass., A, 
8th Mass., G, 

2d U. S. Art'y, 



5th Mass., E, 



D. 


M., 


S. S 


»•» 


S. 5 


»•» 


s. s 


•> 


S.£ 


»•! 


s. s., 


s. s 


»•> 


S. £ 


>•! 


1st Class, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



43, 44, 42 

44, 44, 46 

21, 19 
22,21 

44, 43, 47 

22, 19 
43, 44, 41 
46, 45, 41 

40,38 



40 
20 
17 
19 
20 
22 
40 
19 
19 
18 
23 
20 
18 
20 
17 
19 
17 
17 
IS 
17 
18 
17 
10 
15 
17 
17 



42 
20 
16 
19 
20 
22 
42 
17 
17 
18 
20 
18 
17 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
16 
15 
14 
16 
14 
16 
15 



150 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



TROOP D, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service in U. S. 
Volunteers. 


Record 


Range Work. 






Regt. and Co. 


Class. 


1899. 


Trooper, 


Percival C. Lewis, . 




3d Class, 


16, 14 


<( 


Arthur W. May, 


- 


3d do. 


19, 16 


Corporal, . 


Harry P. Moore, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 15 


Trooper, 


William R. Redden, 


- 


3d do. 


If), 15 


Bugler, 


William A. Simmons, 


6th Mass., E, 


3d do. 


17, 14 


Trooper, . 


George A. Vibert, . 


- 


3d do. 


16, 16 


it 


Harry E. Willis, 


6th Mass., M, 


3d do. 


17,15 


«< 


Charles A. Bancroft, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


Faxon Billings, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


«< 


Cornelius J. Connell, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Q. M. Sergeant, . 


Oscar F. Cox, . 


- 


1st do. 


- 


Trooper, . 


William T. Crawshaw, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


William H. Gibbs, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


Harry F. Greene, 


6th Mass., M, 


3d do. 


- 


ii 


John J. Keefe, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


William Kenney, 


8th Mass., M, 


2d do. 


- 


«< 


William H. McLaughlin, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


»i 


Peter A. McNeil, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


William B. Parker, . 


- 


3d do. 


- 


u 


Frank S. Reynolds, . 


- 


2d do. 


- 


«« 


Luke S. White, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


Harry C. Woodbury, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Louis C. Worden, . 


— 


2d do. 


— 



1 distinguished marksman, 7 sharpshooters, 9 first class marksmen, 19 second 
class marksmen, 22 third class marksmen, 18 unqualified members. Total, 76. 



TROOP F, CAVALRY. 



Lieutenant, 
«< 

Sergeant, 

Corporal, 

Trooper, 
ii 

Sergeant, 

Q. M. Sergeant, 

Sergeant, 
<« 

Corporal, 



Bugler, 
Trooper, 



Sergeant, 
Corporal, 
Bugler, 
Trooper, 



Captain, 
Corporal, 



John J. Monahan, . 
Edward H. Keyes, . 
Harry C. McMaster, 
Ervin W. Sweetser, . 
Joseph Bennett, 
John Fisher, 
Charles E. Bartlett, . 
Charles F. Scribner, 
Elisha H. Shaw, 
Walter Perham, 
Josiah E. Marshall, . 
Edward Fisher,' 
John H. Wilson, 
Williston Carll, 
Peter J. Brennan, 
Charles S. Fulton, . 
William H.Johnson, 
Hjalmar 0. Karlson, 
Donald J. McLeod, . 
John W. O'Brien, . 
William H. Quigley, 
Edward H. Russell, 
J. Henry Wilkins, . 
Edward S. Iticker, . 
Charles A. Nickles, . 
John J. Bradley, 
Arthur R. Lyman, . 
Charles S. Taylor, . 
Frank R. Vieira, 
Amos R. Leighton, . 
David J. Dixon, 



D. M., 


22,22 


D. M., 


48, 43, 42 


D.M., 


44,41 


D. M., 


23, 24 


D. M., 


18,22 


D. M., 


45, 42, 42 


S. S., 


21,22 


s. s., 


21,21 


s. s., 


21,21 


s. s., 


17,22 


s. s., 


20,21 


s. s., 


38, 43, 42 


s. s., 


22,23 


s. s., 


22, 23 


s. s., 


22, 23 


s. s., 


18, 18 


s. s., 


14,17 


s. s., 


18,20 


s. s., 


21,21 


s. s., 


21, 21 


s. s., 


21,21 


s. s., 


19, 21 


1st Class, 


18,21 


1st do. 


21, 21 


1st do. 


20,23 


1st do. 


42,40 


1st do. 


19,21 


1st do. 


20,21 


1st do. 


42,41 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


22,22 



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TROOP P, CAVALRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 


Name. 


Service Jn U. S. 
Volunteers. 

Regt. and Co. 


Record 

Class. 


Range Work. 
1899. 


Trooper, 


Robert Alderton, 


_ 


2d Class, 


20,22 


ii 


William S. Barrett, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


Christopher E. Crossland, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Harry P. Emerson, . 


- 


2d do. 


17,17 


ii 


Ralph W. Emerson, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<« 


Joseph E. Farrow, . 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


«< 


John Finnegan, 


- 


2d do. 


17, 19 


ii 


William Fletcher, . 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


ii 


George W. Gerow, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


«< 


John S. Gerow, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Daniel E. Haley, 


- 


2d do. 


15, 17 


<< 


Albert W. Hey wood, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Myron A. Kimball, . 


- 


2d do. 


16, 16 


«< 


Richard Lawrence, . 


- 


2d do. 


19,21 


<< 


Frank E. McMaster, 


- 


2d do. 


22,22 


«{ 


John A. Miller, 


- 


2d do. 


21,21 


«< 


Ingreld L. Otterson, 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


Carl A. Quist, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 19 


t« 


Ingwald Simpson, . 


- 


2d do. 


18, 18 


ii 


George W. West, 


- 


2d do. 


18,20 


Asst. Surgeon, . 


Amasa Howard, 


- 


8.S., 


- 


Sergeant, . 


Joshua C. Decatur, . 


- 


2d Class, 


- 


Trooper, . 


David Bill son, . 


- 


S. S., 


- 


<< 


Leonard W. Blanchard, . 


- 


1st Class, 


- 


<« 


J. Henry Decatur, Jr., 


- 


S. S., 


- 


<< 


Winton C. Gale, 


- 


2d Class, 


- 


ii 


Isaac H. Knight, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


Edwin M. Manning, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


<< 


John J. Nichols, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


ii 


Joseph B. Riney, 


- 


3d do. 


- 


<< 


John B. Morrill, 


- 


2d do. 


- 


Hosp. Steward, . 


Arthur G. Scoboria, 


- 


3d do. 


16, 18 


Trooper, 


Edward E. De Catur, 


- 


3d do. 


15, 16 


«< 


Samuel T. Farrow, . 


- 


3d do. 


14, 14 


<( 


Benjamin P. Merrill, 


- 


3d do. 


14, 16 


<i 


Charles W. Parker, . 


— 


3d do. 


16,17 



6 distinguished marksmen, 19 sharpshooters, 8 first class marksmen, 28 second 
class marksmen, 6 third class marksmen, 15 unqualified members. Total, 82. 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Organization. 



Record 
Class. 



Col. Richard H. Morgan, 
Maj. William H. Brigham, 

" Robert Ball Edes, . 
Sgt. Maj. Wm. D. Huddleson, 
Color Sgt. Horace N. Conn, 
Lt. Charles H. Lake, 
Maj. Charles P. Nutter, . 
Lt. John B. Paine, . 
P. M. Sgt. George R. Russell 
Color Sgt. Axel T. Tornrose, 
Capt. E. Dwight Fullerton, 
Lt. Sumner Paine, . 
Capt. Walter E. Lombard, 

" Joseph L. Gibbs, . 



Staff Commander-in-Chief, 

" First Brigade, 

" Second Brigade, . 

First Reg't Heavy Artillery, 
«< t« ii <« 

Staff First Reg't Heavy Artillery, 

First Regiment " " 

Staff First Reg't " " 

First Regiment " " 

ii •< ii ii 

Battery A, First Reg't H. A., . 

A<« << <« 
» • 

B, " " " 

E, " " " 



1st Class, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 



Range 
Work. 

1899. 



28,28 
28,28 
29, 29 
28,28 
28,28 
28, 28 
26,25 
29,30 
29,30 
29,29 
28, 28 
30,30 
25, 25 
27, 27 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS - Continued. 



ItAXK. 



Name. 



Organization. 



liecord 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1899. 



Lt. Moses H. Tisdell, 
Capt. Edwin R. Grav, 

•' Albert L. Potter, 
Lt. David A. Turner, 
Capt. Fred E. Pierce, 

" George J. Crosier, 
Lt. Charles W. Facey, 
Capt. C. E. Hamilton, 
Lt. Thomas McCarthy, 
Capt. H. B. Whitcomb, 
Lt. Col. Geo. H. Priest, 
Capt. Frank E. Gray, 
" Franklin G. Taylor, 
" Ulysses A. Goodell, 
Lieut. Geo. W. Langdon, 
Capt. Charles T. Hilliker, 
Lt. William F. Young, . 

" George M. Rogers, 

" Patrick A. Sands, 

" Michael S. Boles, 
Capt. Jeremiah J. Moynihan, 
Lt. Matthew E. Hines, 

" John F. Hurley, 
Capt. Peter J. Cannon, . 
Seaman Samuel G. Smith, 
Ensign Walter S. Barr, . 
Seaman Frank G. Hodskins, 
Sgt. Henry F. Strout, 
Lieut. Augustus S. Knight, 
Capt. Virgil C. Pond, 
Lt. Col. Walter F. Peck, . 
Chaplain Elvin J. Prescott, 
Lt. Robert Robertson, 
Sgt. Maj. Alexander Robertson 
Capt. Philip Little, . 
Lt. George E. Symonds, . 

" Frank S. Perkins, 

" C. F. Ropes, 

" F. Ernest Clark, 

" Alfred Mudge, . 
Maj. William A. Perrins, 
Trooper Charles B. Appleton, 
" Harold K. Barrows, 
Sgt. Fred. G. Havlin, 

" William H. Partridge, 

" Albert J. Walton, . 
Capt. James G. White, . 
Lt. Col. Geo. H. Benyon, 
Sgt. Maj. Ed. A. Muller, 
Hosp. Steward A. L. Wyman, 
Col Bearer Morton Cobb, Jr., 
Q. M. Sergt. Louis F. Gates, 
Col. Charles Pfaff, . 
Lt. James H. Smith, 

" William Claupein, 

" Arthur E. Hall, . 

" Harold C. Wing, 
Capt. Frederic S. Howes, 
Lt. William R. Graves, 
Sgt. Samuel E. Smith, 
Lt. Alfred F. Foote, . 

" Fred A. Lovejoy, 

" Frank S. Taylor, 
Capt. Charles S. Holden, 



Co. A, Second Reg't Infantry, 

E, " " " 

].• i< !• ii 

K, M 

L, M m " 

y\ u ii i< 

B,' Fifth " " 

J.' 41 ii ii 

g', " " " 

M, " " " 

Sixth Regiment Infantrv, 

Co. A, Sixth Reg't Infantry, 
].■ << ii ti 

TT II <« ii 

Staff Eighth " " 

Co.D, " " " 

]) ii t( II 

A* Ninth " " 

■p n ii ii 

j. it i< it 

g', m " " 

G, " " " 

G, " " " 

K, " " " 

Headquarters Naval Brigade, 

Co. H, Naval Brigade, 

H, " 

Headquarters First Corps Cadets 

Staff First Corps Cadets, . 

Co. C, " " " 

Second Corps Cadets, 
tt tt it 

Staff Second Corps Cadets, 
it it ii it 

Co. A, " " " 

A «( ii ii 

B', " " " 

n «< ii it 

Staff First Battalion Cavalry, 

ii il N 

Troop A, First Batt. Cavalry, 

A ii ii ii 

A ii II ii 

A, m " " 

^ ) ti ii n 

Staff First Brigade, 
" Second Brigade, 



First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 
ii tt tt tt 

Battery A, First Reg't H. A., . 

A ft if ft 

Q II ii ft 

e', " 

K, " " " 

L, " " 

Headquarters Sec. Reg't Inf., . 

Co. D, Second Reg't Infantry, . 

Fit tt tt 

» 
p ti tt tt 

II,' " " " 



1st Class, 

1st do. 

L8t do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 



2d 
2d 
2d 



2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2.1 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 



do. 
do. 
do. 



2d do. 
2d do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



29, 
26, 
28, 
29, 
28, 
29, 
28, 
29, 
28, 
28, 
29, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
25, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
29, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
27, 
25, 
28, 
26, 
30, 
28, 
29, 
28, 
28, 
26, 
28, 
28, 
28, 
29, 
29, 
28, 
29, 
28, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
27, 
25, 
25, 
25, 
27, 
25, 
25, 
26, 
25, 
26, 
26, 
26, 
25, 
25, 
26, 



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Range 






Record 


Work. 


Bank. Name. 


Organization. 


Class. 


1899. 


Lt. Harry C. Young, 


Co. H, Second Reg't Infantry, . 


2d Class, 


26,26 


Capt. James 11. Gilfillan, 


T «< << << 

- 1 ) • 


2d 


do. 


26,25 


Lt. Chester W. French, . 


<< << << 

■*■» * 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


11 Albert G. Beckman, . 


T «t «( U 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


" Patrick J. McNamara, 


B, Fifth 44 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Capt. Ernest R. Springer, 


Q II II II 


2d 


do. 


27,27 


" J. C. D. Clark, 


e' 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


28,27 


Lt. 0. J. Whitney, . 


E, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26,27 


" George S. Cutler, 


(1 (( it CI 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Capt. Francis Meredith, Jr., . 


H, 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25,26 


Lt. William H. Goff, Jr., 


T <( << << 

■*■> • 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Maj. Cyrus H. Cook, 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Lt. Elmer E. Morrison, . 


Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


27,26 


11 John H. McMahon, . 


A, 44 " " 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


Capt. David W. Colburn, 


B, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


27,25 


Lt. James C. Smith, 


B, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


28,25 


44 Frank V. Gilson, 


B, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


27,26 


Capt. Thomas Livingston, 


C, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Lt. Colby T. Kittredge, . 


C, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


" Frank G. Rose, . 


C, 44 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Capt. John F. McDowell, 


D, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


29,27 


Lt. Andrew J. Whelan, . 


D, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25,26 


44 William L. Conrad, . 


D, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


27,27 


44 Frank E. Cutter, 


F, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25,26 


Capt. Warren E. Sweetser, 


H, 44 44 


2d 


do. 


27,28 


44 Joseph S. Hart, 


T '« << (< 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Lt. Francis T. Jackson, . 


T «i <( >< 


2d 


do. 


25,25 


44 William N. Decker, . 


T << (i (« 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Capt. J. F. Barrett, . 


M, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26, 26 


Lt. Charles H. Kimball, . 


M, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26,28 


44 Thomas J. Cobey, 


D, Eighth 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25,27 


44 George N. Jewett, 


H, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Capt. Thomas F. Quinlan, 


C, Ninth 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26,27 


Lt. Martin J. Healey, 


K, 44 44 44 


2d 


do. 


26, 27 


44 John J. Boyle, . 


K, 44 


2d 


do. 


25, 28 


44 John F. Kenealy, 


L, 44 44 4< 


2d 


do. 


25,27 


Capt. Daniel J. Murphy, . 


L, 44 44 4l 


2d 


do. 


29, 27 


Lt. Com. Gardner W. Allen, . 


Naval Brigade, .... 


2d 


do. 


25,25 


Lt. Robert T. Moffatt, . 


Headquarters Naval Brigade, . 


2d 


do. 


25,26 


44 James P. Parker, 


« ii ii 


2d 


do. 


25,28 


M.-at-A. Frederick Lang, 


<< ii << 


2d 


do. 


25,25 


G. M. S. H. Stone, . 


<( ii <( 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Seaman Geo. P. Cooley, . 


Co. B, Naval Brigade, 


2d 


do. 


27,28 


Lt. Charles H. Parker, . 


C, •«« . 


2d 


do. 


26, 25 


Ensign Louis E. Felton, . 


D, MM . 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Seaman Arthur F. Cary, . 


E, MM . 


2d 


do. 


26, 30 


B. M. Alva G. Corrao, 


E, MM , 


2d 


do. 


27, 26 


Cox. Chester Hunt, . 


E, MM . 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Lt. Martin L. Kimball, . 


E, M 11 . 


2d 


do. 


25,28 


44 Herbert L. Smith, 


E, m ii m 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Ensign Fred H. Turnbull, 


E, m « m 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


B. M. Alfred T. Wight, . 


H, MM . 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Ensign William M. Olding, 


T << << 


2d 


do. 


26, 27 


Lt. Erving W. Hamblen, 


K, MM . 


2d 


do. 


27, 28 


Q. M. Willard E. Littlefield, . 


K, " . . 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Col. Sgt. Arthur C. Brigham, . 


Headquarters First Corps Cadets, 


2d 


do. 


26,27 


Hosp. Stew'd Daniel W. Jones, 


<( ii ii ii 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Sgt. Holton B. Perkins, . 


II 11 U 11 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Q. M. Sgt. Alfred J. Rowan, . 


(( II (( <> 


2d 


do. 


25, 26 


Lt. John A. Blanchard, . 


Co. A, First Corps Cadets, . 


2d 


do. 


25, 25 


Capt. Franklin L. Joy, . 


A >' <l u 
A, . 


2d 


do. 


26, 27 


Q. M. Sgt. J. Clark Brown, . 


Headquarters Sec. Corps Cadets, 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Lt. A. Preston Chase, 


ii «< «( it 


2d 


do. 


26,26 


Hosp. Stew'd Frank L. Decker, 


<< (< <( <( 


2d 


do. 


26,27 



154 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS -Concluded. 



llASK. 



Name. 



Organization. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1899. 



Maj. Andrew Fitz, . 
Lt. Geo. C. Littlefield, 
M Harry C. Titus. . 
" Edward T. Gralnun, 
Capt. J. E. Spencer, 

" P. Frank Packard, 
Lt. James N. Clark, 
" John W. Hall, . 
Sgt. Albert L. Wyman, 
Trooper Percival M. Churchill 
Sgt. Frank J. Hitchcock, 
Trooper George L. Marshall, 
Sgt. James Rice, 
Trooper Samuel J. Wilde, 
Musician Charles Waugh, 
Corporal Walter Wiggin, 
Trooper Owen C. Charles, 

" Frank I. Googins, 
Sgt. Edwin S. Locke, 
Bugler James W. Mcintosh, 
Corporal Elon F. Tandy, 
Sgt. Harry C. McMasters, 
Trooper Frank E. McMasters 
Lt. William Amory, 2d, 
" Charles S. Dole, . 
Sgt. Arthur Blake, . 
Corporal G. E. Atherton, Jr., 
Private R. S. Hale, . 

" J. B. Hall, . 

" C. Wolcott, . 

" J. Dove, 
Sgt. J. E. Ripley, . 
11 George Burroughs, 
Corporal B. W. Palmer, 

" J. H. Sherburne, Jr. 
" D. H. Rogers, 
Private W. R. Peabody, 

" L. S. Thayer, 

" J. H. Cunningham, Jr. 

" Walter J. Cookson, 
Corporal Charles A. French, 
Private Henry A. Leslie, . 
Sgt. Delavan R. Nichols, 
" Charles W. Stevens, 
Private Leon Wallace, 



Headquarters Sec. Corps Cadets, 



Co. B, Second Corps Cadets, 

Bit (< 41 

f • 

D<( (« <t 

» • 

D, " M • «l 

Staff First Battalion Cavalry, . 
Headquarters First Batt. Cav'y, 
Troop A, First Batt. Cavalry, . 
A, " 
A, " » 
A, " " 
A, " M 
A, " 
A, M 
D, " " 
D, " " 
D, " " 
D, " " 
D, " 
F, Cavalry, 
F, . . 

Battery A, Light Artillery, 

A, " " 

A, " " 

A, " «' 

A, M " 

A, " M 

A, M " 

A, " " 

A, " " 

A, « " 

A, " «« 

A, M «« 

A, " " 

A, " 

A, " " 

A, " " 

B, '« 
B, " 

B, " " 
B, " " 
B, " " 

B, " " 



2d Class, 


26, 


2d 


do. 


28, 


2d 


do. 


26, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


26, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


26, 


2d 


do. 


28, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


26, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


26, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


26, 


1st 


do. 


29, 


1st 


do. 


28, 


1st 


do. 


28, 


1st 


do. 


29, 


1st 


do. 


29, 


1st 


do. 


29, 


1st 


do. 


28, 


1st 


do. 


28, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


26, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


26, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


27, 


2d 


do. 


25, 


2d 


do. 


25, 



26 
27 
27 
26 
26 
26 
27 
27 
26 
25 
25 
27 
27 
29 
25 
25 
26 
26 
25 
26 
25 
27 
27 
30 
29 
28 
29 
29 
30 
29 
28 
25 
26 
26 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
26 
25 
26 
27 
27 
25 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



155 



EFFICIENTS. 

COMMANDEE-IN-CHIEP AND STAFF. 





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Col. James A. Frye, I. G. R. P. Efficient strength, 81.81 per cent. 



FIRST BRIGADE. 



Field and Staff, . 



20 


12 





4 


2 


3 


3 



Maj. William H. Brigham, A. I. G. R. P. Efficient strength, 60 per cent. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 



Field and Staff, . 



18 


15 


2 


4 


2 


5 


2 



Maj. Robert Ball Edes, A. I. G. R. P. Efficient strength, 83.33 per cent. 



FIRST REGIMENT HEAVY ARTILLERY. 



Field and Staff, . 


23 


17 


6 


4 


1 


6 





11 


Battery A, 






54 


41 


2 


6 


4 


10 


19 


40 


Battery B, 








61 


53 


2 


12 


3 


14 


22 


51 


Battery C, 








51 


33 


2 


5 


2 


15 


9 


26 


Battery D, 








58 


40 





1 


3 


15 


21 


17 


Battery E, 








49 


49 


2 


10 


3 


20 


14 


49 


Battery F, . 








55 


29 








5 


14 


10 


15 


Battery G, 








61 


33 





3 


2 


14 


14 


27 


Battery H, 








61 


42 





8 


8 


20 


6 


34 


Battery I, 








57 


46 





2 


8 


21 


15 


42 


Battery K, 








57 


48 


1 


3 


5 


19 


20 


46 


Battery L, 








57 


34 





1 


1 


14 


18 


26 


Battery M, . 






56 


53 





18 


5 


20 


10 


51 










700 


518 


15 


73 


50 


202 


178 


435 



Lieut. John M. Portal, I. R. P. Efficient strength, 74 per cent. 



156 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



s 


h 


5 


= 1 


ci a, 


S£ 


8* 


c 


W 



s 



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- 



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Field and Staff, 
Company A, . 
Company B, . 
Company C, . 
Company D, . 
Company E, . 
Company F, . 
Company G, . 
Company II, . 
Company I, . 
Company K, . 
Company L, . 
Company M, . 



57 
B7 

01 
61 
58 
57 
61 
59 
60 
61 
56 
61 



729 



19 
36 
34 
56 
50 
42 
49 
46 
50 
53 
61 
53 
61 



610 



6 

12 
3 

19 
7 
4 

2 
5 
8 
8 
4 
7 



5 
2 

4 
3 
2 
8 

1 
1 
7 
6 
2 
16 



85 



57 



6 
12 
10 
23 
24 
19 
16 
20 
20 
24 
11 
18 
26 



229 



1 

10 
17 
11 
17 
11 
33 
23 
24 
14 
36 
29 
10 



236 



13 
29 
31 
54 
50 
38 
47 
46 
47 
52 
61 
53 
61 



582 



Lieut. Albert E. Taylor, I. R. P. Efficient strength, 83.67 per cent. 





FIFTH 


REGIMENT INFANTRY. 








Field and Staff, 


20 


12 


1 


3 


2 


4 


2 


2 


Company A, . 






61 


27 





3 


1 


13 


10 


12 


Company B, . 






60 


35 


1 


10 


1 


6 


17 


28 


Company C, . 






57 


36 





1 


3 


17 


15 


24 


Company D, . 






51 


15 











7 


8 





Company E, . 






48 


29 











21 


8 


28 


Company F, . 






57 


41 


1 


1 


6 


24 


9 


36 


Company G, . 






54 


38 


4 


5 


3 


20 


6 


34 


Company H, . 






53 


30 





3 


3 


11 


13 


23 


Company I, . 






54 


40 


2 





2 


11 


25 


34 


Company K, . 






52 


14 





1 


2 


8 


3 





Company L, . 






58 


43 


3 


4 





29 


7 


35 


Company M, . 






57 


18 





1 


2 


6 


9 


16 








682 


378 


12 


32 


25 


177 


132 


272 



Lieut. H. A. Clark, I. R. P. Efficient strength, 55.42 per cent. 





SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 








Field and Staff, . 


19 


11 


1 


3 


2 


5 





6 


Company A, . 






61 


59 


3 


10 


4 


22 


20 


59 


Company B, . 






61 


40 





7 


4 


19 


10 


37 


Company C, . 






57 


55 


1 


8 


8 


26 


12 


53 


Company D, . 






54 


42 





3 


3 


12 


24 


42 


Company E, . 






57 


49 





4 


7 


20 


18 


48 


Company F, . 






60 


44 





7 


2 


18 


17 


42 


Company G, . 






54 


44 





8 


6 


23 


7 


42 


Company H, . 






69 


47 


1 


6 


4 


17 


19 


40 


Company I, . 






59 


56 


1 


3 


9 


40 


3 


54 


Company K, . 






17 


26 





1 





12 


13 


17 


Company L, . 






58 


36 





3 


6 


13 


14 


36 


Company M, . 






50 


29 


1 


2 


1 


13 


12 


27 








696 


538 


8 


65 


66 


240 


169 


503 



Lieut. Clarence \V. Coolidge, I. It. P. Efficient strength, 77.30 per cent. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



157 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 





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17 


15 





6 


5 


4 





2 


Company A, . 






45 


13 





6 


1 


3 


3 


3 


Company B, . 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Company C, . 






45 


26 





1 


3 


5 


17 


20 


Company D, . 






57 


36 


3 


5 


2 


13 


13 


27 


Company E, . 






52 


21 





2 


1 


7 


11 


13 


Company F, . 






49 


14 





4 





6 


4 


10 


Company G, . 






52 


20 





6 


1 


8 


5 





Company H, . 






51 


30 





5 


1 


6 


18 


25 


Company I, . 






53 


24 





1 


5 


9 


9 


23 


Company K, . 






45 


24 





3 


1 


10 


10 


15 


Company L, . 






58 


18 





2 


2 


7 


7 


14 


Company M, . 






54 


28 


1 


1 


1 


11 


14 


20 








578 


269 


4 


42 


23 


89 


111 


172 



Lieut. George W. Langdon, I. R. P. Efficient strength, 46.54 per cent. 





NINTH 


: REGIMENT INFANTRY. 








Field and Staff, . 


20 


16 


1 


2 


1 


7 


5 


16 


Company A, . 






52 


37 





5 


1 


18 


13 


36 


Company B, . 






60 


55 





4 





11 


35 


55 


Company C, . 






48 


33 





3 


2 


17 


11 


31 


Company D, . 






53 


30 





3 


1 


10 


16 


30 


Company E, . 






60 


40 





2 


2 


16 


20 


29 


Company F, . 






59 


24 


1 


3 


4 


11 


5 


14 


Company G, . 






60 


47 





13 


5 


10 


19 


43 


Company H, . 






58 


34 








4 


16 


14 


31 


Company I, . 






56 


30 





2 


4 


10 


14 


29 


Company K, . 






61 


52 





3 


2 


30 


17 


52 


Company L, . 






55 


45 





7 


4 


18 


16 


45 


Company M, . 






56 


42 





8 


5 


21 


8 


39 








698 


485 


2 


55 


40 


195 


193 


450 



Capt. Daniel J. Murphy, Acting I. R. P. Efficient strength, 69.48 per cent. 



FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



Field and Staff, . 


11 


11 





3 


3 


4 


1 


10 


Company A, . 


67 


67 


1 


7 


9 


42 


8 


59 


Company B, . 


59 


59 


1 


14 


9 


24 


11 


53 


Company C, . 


70 


70 


3 


19 


17 


28 


3 


69 


Company D, . 


64 


64 


3 


10 


11 


36 


4 


62 




271 


271 


8 


53 


49 


134 


27 


253 



Lieut. William A. Hayes, I. R. P. Efficient strength, 100 per cenfc 



158 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



SECOND CORPS CADETS. 





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13 


12 





4 





4 


4 


7 


Company A, . 


48 


36 


1 


7 


5 


17 


6 


32 


Company B, . 


49 


SO 


1 


1 


5 


18 


10 


29 


Company C, . 


43 


40 


2 


2 


3 


24 


9 


38 


Company D, . 


53 

206 


53 





10 


2 


21 


20 


53 




176 


4 


24 


15 


84 


49 


159 



Lieut. Robert Robertson, I. R. P. Efficient strength, 85.44 per cent. 



NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Field and Staff, 



Div 
Div 
Div 
Div 
Div 
Div 
Div 
Div 
Div 
Div 
Div 



sion A, 
sion B, 
sion C, 
sion D, 
sion E, 
sion F, 
sion G, 
sion H, 
sion I, 
sion K, 
sion L, 



r, 






15 


12 





3 


5 


3 


1 


Division, . 




53 


25 


1 


3 


I 


17 


3 






55 


36 





1 


5 


14 


16 








40 


32 


1 


5 


3 


18 


5 








51 


22 





1 


3 


7 


11 








56 


37 


I 


2 


4 


11 


19 








55 


37 





6 


2 


16 


13 








58 


58 





21 


5 


28 


4 








50 


41 





16 


8 


13 


4 








49 


44 


1 


9 


10 


15 


9 








50 


28 





2 





3 


23 








54 


8 





2 





4 


2 








58 


37 











15 


22 




644 


417 


4 


71 


46 


164 


132 



FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Lieut. Alfred Mudge. Efficient strength, 78.92 per cent. 



TROOP F, CAVALRY. 



6 
17 
28 
23 
14 
27 
36 
58 
37 
42 
27 

8 
37 



360 



Lieut. Robert T. Moffatt, I. R. P. Efficient strength, 64.75 per cent. 



Field and Staff, 


11 


11 





4 


1 


4 


2 


9 


Troop A, .... 


79 


62 





13 


4 


29 


16 


36 


Troop D, . 


76 


58 


1 


7 


9 


19 


22 


42 




166 


131 


I 


24 


14 


52 


40 


87 




Efficient strength, 81.71 per cent. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



159 



CONSOLIDATED REPORT. 

Table A.— Efficients, M. V.M., Nov. 30, 1899. 





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t3 a 


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a 


d 


a 




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•sa 


£ 


CD 2 


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co a 


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Si. o 




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CO CO 


Om 


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a co 


c eo 


■ 


aa 


Q a 


t: c8 


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a« 






11 


P4 
U 

OS 

J3 






2 




CO " 




w 


w^ 


Q 


QQ 


fe 


QQ 


H 


<y 


Ph 


Staff of Commander-in-Chief, 


22 


18 


1 


3 


3 


11 





2 




First Brigade Staff, . 


20 


12 





4 


2 


3 


3 


3 


_ 


Second Brigade Staff, . 


18 


15 


2 


4 


2 


5 


2 


3 


- 


First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 


700 


518 


15 


73 


50 


202 


178 


435 


- 


Second Regiment Infantry, 


729 


610 


3 


85 


57 


229 


236 


582 


- 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 


682 


378 


12 


32 


25 


177 


132 


272 


- 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 


696 


538 


8 


65 


56 


240 


169 


503 


- 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


578 


269 


4 


42 


23 


89 


111 


172 


- 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, . 


698 


485 


2 


55 


40 


195 


193 


450 


- 


First Corps Cadets, 


271 


271 


8 


53 


49 


134 


27 


253 


- 


Second Corps Cadets, . 


206 


176 


4 


24 


15 


84 


49 


159 


- 


Naval Brigade 


644 


417 


4 


71 


46 


164 


132 


360 


- 


First Battalion Cavalry, 


166 


131 


1 


24 


14 


52 


40 


87 


- 


Troop F 


82 


67 


6 


19 


8 


28 


6 


56 


- 




5,512 


3,905 


70 


554 


390 


1,613 


1,278 


3,337 


70.85 



Table B. — Comparative Efficiency by Brigades. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 




SECOND BRIGADE. 



Field and Staff, . 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 
Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, . 
First Battalion Cavalry, 





18 


2 


4 


2 


5 


2 


15 


3 




682 


12 


32 


25 


177 


132 


378 


272 




578 


4 


42 


23 


89 


111 


269 


172 




698 


2 


55 


40 


195 


193 


485 


450 




166 


1 

21 


24 


14 


52 


40 


131 


87 




2,142 


157 


104 


518 


478 


1,278 


984 



69.66 



160 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS, 1899. 



B- 

*.= 
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pq . 
17. 



73 is 



3 a 



a i 



UN- 1 



GO 









s 



to.- 

d c 

si 

W 



55 



I 00 



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U, 03 , 



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2 


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08 


Eh 


03 
as 


-3 


p o3 


6 


4 








11 





1 








1 








1 


6 





6 














2 











3 








1 








2 


























21 


21 


2 



Field and Staff, 
Company A, . 
Company B, . 
Company C, . 
Company D, . 
Company E, . 
Company F, . 
Company G-, . 
Company H, . 
Company I, . 
Company K, . 
Company L, . 
Company M, . 



19 



15 



11 



28 



12 



19 





16 
6 











22 



REGIMENTAL COMPETITIONS. 

Company Teams of Ten, Ten Shots at 200 Yards, Highest 

Possible Score, 500. 

Second Regiment Infantry, Springfield, Mass., November 21. The Regimental 
Trophies were won by companies M, A and B. 



Company M, 414 

Company A, 379 

Company B, 365 

Company K, 361 

Company L, 358 

Company E 350 



Company D, 348 

Company I, 343 

Company G, 343 

Company H, 306 

Company F, 293 

Company C, 287 



Sixth Regiment Infantry, Walnut Hill Range, Woburn, Mass., October 11. The 
Regimental Trophies were won by companies A, C and H. 



Company A, 400 

Company C, 391 

Company H, 383 

Company B, 378 

Company I, 357 

Company D, 345 



Company F 339 

Company L, 333 

Company M, 328 

Company E, 321 

Company K 260 

Company G, 238 



Ninth Regiment Infantry, Walnut Hill Range, Woburn, Mass., November 3. 
The Regimental Trophies were won by companies L, A and K. 



Company L, 364 

Company A, 311 

Company K, 304 

Company M, 301 



Company F, 256 

Company B (9 men) , . . . 243 

Company E, 228 

Company D (2 men), ... 32 



First Corps Cadets, Walnut Hill Range, Woburn, Mass., October 19. 
Trophy was won by Company C. 



The Corps 



Company C, 368 

Company B 365 



Company D, 364 

Company A, 361 



1900.] 



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161 



Second Corps Cadets, Marblehead, September 21. The Corps Trophy was won by 
Company A. 



Company A, 368 

Company D, 358 



Company C, 348 

Company B, 259 



Naval Brigade, Walnut Hill Range, November 22. The Brigade Trophy was 
won by Division F. 

Division F, 378 

Division H, 357 

Division B, 348 

Division G 328 

Division E, . . . . . 325 

Division L, 280 



Division I, 


. 258 


Division D, . 


. 240 


Division A, . 


. 214 


Division C, . . . 


. 188 


Division K, . 


. 109 


Headquarter Division, . 


. 259 



CAVALRY COMPETITION. 

Teams of Ten, Fifteen Shots at 200 Yards, Possible 

Score, 750. 

Cavalry Battalion, Walnut Hill, October 24. The Trophy was won by Troop D 
of Boston. 



Troop D, 
Troop F, 



572 

565 



Troop A, 



518 



STATE COMPETITIONS. 
I. The State competition for teams of fifteen, firing ten shots 
each at 200 and 500 yards, was held at Walnut Hill, October 24, 
and was won by the team of the First Regiment Heavy Artillery. 



First Regiment Heavy Artillery. 



Major Charles P. Nutter, 



200 yards, 4445455534 43 



500 



4554445534 43 



— 86 



Sgt. Major Wm. D. Huddleson, 


200 


it 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


47 






500 


«< 


4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


42 


89 


Lieutenant H. L. Smith, . 


200 


«< 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


45 






500 


«< 


3 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


5 


44 


89 


Private John W. Blake, . 


200 


«< 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


45 






500 


n 


3 


2 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


42 


87 


Corporal Chas. A. Dawson, . 


200 


u 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


6 


4 


43 






500 


II 


4 


4 


3 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


42 


85 


Col. Sergt. A. T. Tornrose, . 


200 


II 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


42 






500 


!• 


4 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


41 


83 


Color Sergeant H. N. Conn, . 


200 


<i 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


45 






500 


<« 


4 


4 


5 


3 


3 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


42 


Q7 


Bugler W. S. Ripley, Jr., 


200 


<< 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


44 


Oj 




500 


it 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


3 


38 


82 


Private Frank R. Blake, 


200 


(i 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


43 






500 


it 


4 


4 


3 


5 


5 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


41 


84 


Private A. R. Schultze, . 


200 


M 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


45 






500 


II 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


46 





— 91 



162 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



First Regiment Heavy Artillery — Concluded. 

Sergeant E. L. Soule, . . 200 yards, 5445444455 44 

500 " 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 48 

— 92 



Private E. J. Conling, . . 200 

500 

Sergeant Allen J. Litchfield, . 200 

600 

Corporal Thomas Anderton, . 200 

500 

Captain Joseph L. Gibbs, . 200 

500 



3445 5 45444 42 

4555555544 47 

go 

5345444444 41 

4445524355 41 

— 82 
45554 5 4554 46 

4454545545 45 

— 91 
3545 5 45454 44 

4444455553 43 



Fifth Regiment Infantry, 



— 87 
1,304 



Private George H. Nason, . 200 yards, 4454445444 42 

500" 5554555554 48 

— 90 
Sergeant W. J. Lutes, . . 200 " 3 5 4 3 4 4 4 5 4 4 40 

500" 445455555446 

— 86 
Private James Durnard, Jr., .200" 5545444545 45 

600" 2245445424 36 

— 81 
Lieutenant Thomas McCarthy, 200" 454455444544 

500 " 4 5 3 5 2 4 5 3 5 5 41 

— 85 
Private J. C. Spraker, . . 200 " 5 5 4 5 4 4 4 5 4 4 44 

500" 4444534434 39 

go 

Private W. P. Dickson, . .200" 535444344440 

500 " 3 4 3 5 4 5 4 4 5 5 42 

go 

Sergeant C. D. Berg, . .200" 4554444554 44 

500" 4344445545 42 

— 86 
Sergeant J. V. Lawler, . . 200 " 4 4 5 4 5 4 4 5 4 4 43 

500" 4355455244 41 

— 84 
Private W. E. Brown, . . 200 " 4 5 5 4 4 4 3 5 4 4 42 

600 " 4 4 4 4 4 3 5 4 5 5 42 

— 84 
Sergeant P. D.Gambell,. .200" 5445545554 46 

500 " 5 4 4 5 4 4 3 4 4 4 41 

— 87 
Sergeant C. H. Groves, . .200" 4445544554 44 

500 " 3 4 5 5 4 3 4 5 4 4 41 

— 85 
Private W. A. Durnard, . . 200 " 4 5 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 43 

600" 3535345553 41 

— 84 
Private W. W. Cooke, . . 200 " 4 5 4 4 5 5 5 5 4 5 46 

500" 5543545544 44 

90 

Captain C. A. Richardson, . 200 " 4 4 5 4 5 3 4 4 4 5 42 

500" 3343434345 36 

— 78 
Captain C. E. Hamilton, .200" 4444455444 42 

500" 3344540545 37 

— 79 

1,264 



1900.] 



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163 



First Corps Cadets. 



Sergeant H. V. Thayer, 



Corporal Freeman Hinckley, 



Sergeant David Hansen, 



Sergeant H. TV. Gore, 



Sergeant H. F. Strout, 



Private J. F. Osborn, 



Lieutenant M. "Williams, Jr., 



Corporal C. H. Alden, Jr., 



Private A. McMillan, Jr., 



Private H. D. Tudor, 



Private D. Foster, . 



Private F. W. Allen, 



Corporal J. D. Upton, 



Private M. W. Parker, 



Corporal S. W. Wise, 



Major E. J. Gihon, . 
Lieut. George W. Braxton, 
Captain Frank E. Gray, . 
Private William C. Gammon, 
Bugler James H. Keough, 



200 yards, 4 


4 


4 


5 


4 





4 


4 


4 


4 


37 




500 ' 


3 


5 


5 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


44 


81 


200 < 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


3 


5 


4 


43 




500 < 


1 





4 


5 


4 


3 


3 


5 


5 


3 


32 


75 


200 ' 


' 3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


41 




500 < 


« 4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


3 


4 


4 


4 


3 


40 


81 


200 ■ 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


2 


4 


4 


4 


5 


37 




500 ' 


' 2 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


42 


79 


200 « 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


40 




500 < 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


44 


84 


200 ■ 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


44 




500 ' 


4 


3 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


3 


43 


87 


200 « 


' 4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


47 




500 ' 


4 


4 


2 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


40 


87 


200 ' 


' 3 


3 


4 


3 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


5 


36 




500 ' 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


5 


3 


41 


77 


200 ' 


■ 5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


43 




500 ' 


' 4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


48 


91 


200 ' 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


43 




500 ' 


4 


2 


3 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


41 


84 


200 < 


' " 3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


3 


5 


4 


39 




500 « 


' 4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


41 


80 


200 ' 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


42 




500 ' 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


44 


86 


200 ' 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


45 




500 « 





4 


4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


3 


5 


36 


81 


200 ' 


1 4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


43 




500 ' 


1 5 


5 


5 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


3 


43 


86 


200 ' 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


45 




500 « 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


46 


91 




1,250 


i Reg i 


'ment Infantry. 
















200 ya 


rds, 4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


42 




500 ' 


4 


4 


5 


2 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


40 


82 


200 < 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


41 




500 « 


' 2 





3 


2 


3 


4 


4 


3 


3 


4 


28 


69 


200 « 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


38 




500 ' 


1 5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


5 


5 


4 


5 


47 


85 


200 ' 


« 4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


42 




500 ' 


4 


3 





4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


39 


81 


200 ■ 


4 5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


45 




500 ' 


5 


5 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


44 





— 89 



164 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Sixth Regiment Infantry — Concluded. 
Private Arthur N. Newhall, 



Lieut. Geo. R. Bamstead, 
Sergeant John W. Hagerty, . 
Sergeant James H. Tolman, . 
Lieut. John H. MacMahon, . 
Private George W. Chesley, . 
Private Samuel Bourgeois, 
Lieut. Elmer E. Morrisson, 
Corporal Manuel Dingle, 
Captain Warren E. Sweetser, 



200 yards, 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


42 




500 


<« 


2 


3 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


2 


4 


39 


81 


200 


u 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


42 




500 


ii 


2 


2 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


3 


4 


5 


39 


81 


200 


«< 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


5 


41 




500 


<t 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


43 


84 


200 


<« 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


46 




500 


<< 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


45 


91 


200 


(< 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


3 


4 


4 


40 




500 


«« 





3 


4 


4 


2 


3 


4 


5 


4 


3 


32 


72 


200 


«« 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


43 




500 


(< 


5 


4 


3 


4 


3 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


43 


86 


200 


ii 


5 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


39 




500 


<« 


4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


41 


80 


200 


(i 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


41 




500 


(< 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


41 


82 


200 


<< 


4 


5 


5 


3 


4 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


39 




500 


ii 


2 


4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


2 


4 


3 


5 


34 


73 


200 


ii 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


45 




500 


(< 


5 


3 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


43 


88 



Naval Brigade. 



1,224 



Gunner's Mate C. S. Belcher, . 


200 yards, 


2 


4 


3 


4 


3 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


34 






500 


«« 





4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


42 


76 


Seaman G. P. Cooley, 


200 


<« 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


43 






500 


ii 





3 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


3 


5 


37 


80 


Lieutenant H. L. Smith, . 


200 


(< 


3 


2 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


39 






500 


«i 


5 


5 


4 


3 


5 


5 


3 


4 


4 


5 


43 


82 


Ensign L. E. Felton, 


200 


<< 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


37 






500 


<< 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


47 


84 


Ensign \V. S. Barr, 


200 


<< 


3 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


37 






500 


<< 





2 


4 


4 


5 


3 





4 


3 


4 


29 


66 


Seaman F. G. Hodskins, 


200 


<< 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


5 


5 


4 


44 






500 


«< 


3 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


5 


43 


87 


Seaman C. M. Allen, 


200 


ii 


3 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


2 


34 






500 


«< 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 


39 


73 


Seaman W. P. Merritt, . 


200 


<< 


3 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


36 






500 


■ • 





4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


25 


fll 


Chief Boatswain C. A. Moore, 


200 


<< 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


45 


01 




500 


<< 


3 


4 


4 





5 


3 


4 


4 


3 


5 


35 


Rfl 


Seaman E. S. Smith, 


200 


<< 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


43 


o\) 




500 


<< 





3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 





4 


33 





- 76 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 165 

Naval Brigade — Concluded. 



Lieutenant R. T. Moffatt, 


200 yards, 


4 


5 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


3 


5 


3 


38 






500 


<« 





4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


3 


4 


3 


4 


36 


74 


Seaman S. G. Smith, 


200 


<« 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


45 






500 


« 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


46 


91 


Ensign L. Frothingham, 


200 


<< 











4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


27 






500 


c< 


4 


3 


4 


2 


3 


4 


3 





2 


3 


28 


55 


Seaman A. F. Carey, 


200 


<< 


4 


4 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


3 


40 






500 


<{ 


3 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


42 


82 


Boatswain's Mate A. G. Corrao, 


200 


<< 


4 


3 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


44 






500 


<< 


3 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


5 


36 

■ 


80 




1,147 


Second Corps 


Cadets. 


















Sergeant A. F. Hull, 


200 yards, 


4 


3 


3 


5 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


37 






500 


«( 


2 


4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


5 


5 


4 


4 


38 


75 


Captain P. Frank Packard, . 


200 


(< 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


44 






500 


<« 


3 





5 


3 


5 


3 


2 


4 


4 


5 


34 


78 


Lieutenant Ernest F. Clark, . 


200 


<« 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


43 


/o 




500 


<« 


2 


2 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


38 


81 


Corporal Ralph W. Cushman, 


200 


<( 


2 


5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


3 


38 


01 




500 


n 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


3 


5 


36 


74. 


Sergeant N. T. Verry, 


200 


<< 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


41 


i^t 




500 


<< 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


5 


2 


4 


4 


43 


84. 


Sergeant John W. Mclnnis, . 


200 


«< 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


40 


o* 




500 


11 


3 


3 


5 


4 


2 


3 


4 


2 





4 


30 


7ft 


Lieutenant Robert Robertson, 


200 


(( 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


3 


3 


5 


5 


40 


(V 




500 


u 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


3 


4 


4 


4 


40 


8ft 


Corporal Charles H. Symonds, 


200 


II 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


33 


ou 




500 


<( 


4 


4 


3 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


4 


5 


43 


7fi 


Lieut. George E. Symonds, . 


200 


II 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


43 


/D 




500 


II 








4 





3 


3 


2 


4 


4 


4 


24 


fi7 


Sergeant Leonard Hamel, 


200 


(( 


3 


3 


4 


3 


4 


3 


5 


3 


4 


3 


35 


Of 




500 


(< 





3 





4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


33 


fi8 


Chaplain Elvin J. Prescott, . 


200 


<< 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 





4 


4 


3 


5 


35 


uo 




500 


II 


5 


5 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


3 


3 


41 


7fi 


Corporal Percy Phillips, . 


200 


II 


3 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


39 


/o 




500 


(i 


4 


5 


3 


5 


3 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


43 


89 


Sergt. Albion Stephenson, Jr., 


200 


«« 


3 


4 


3 


3 


3 


4 


3 


3 


4 


3 


33 


■~- 




500 


(< 











3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


27 


fifl 


Lieutenant Frank S. Perkins, . 


200 


<( 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


45 


uu 




500 


«( 


4 


2 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


44 


«q 


Private Benjamin Dimock, 


200 


<( 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


41 


Otj 




500 


(< 





4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


36 





77 
1,137 



166 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Private Frank W. Roberts, 
Private James C. Cadigan, 
Captain George J. Crosier, 
Corporal Fred. R. Daniels, 
Lieutenant Moses H. Tisdell, 



Second Regiment Infantry. 

200 yards, 5 2 2 2 3 
5 5 4 3 5 



500 " 

200 " 

600 » 

200 " 

500 ■• 

200 " 

500 " 

200 " 

500 " 



Corporal David D. McTaggart, 200 «■ 

500 " 

Corporal Lewis M. McCullum, 200 " 

500 " 



Private Frank A. Springer, 
Sergeant Augustus Karlson, 
Corporal Fred. I. Baker, 



200 " 

500 " 

200 m 

500 " 

200 " 

500 " 



Lieutenant Fayette B. Mason, 200 

500 



Sergeant Henry J. Stearns, 



200 
500 



Sergeant Arthur H. Remillard, 200 " 

500 " 

Lieutenant Ernest J. Laferrin, 200 " 

500 " 



Private Charles L. Delancy, 



200 
500 



4 4 5 4 

4 5 5 5 

5 4 4 4 
4 4 4 4 

4 4 4 4 

4 5 4 4 

4 3 4 4 

4 4 5 

3 3 4 4 

5 3 4 3 

4 4 4 4 
3 

3 4 3 4 
3 4 4 

4 5 5 3 

5 5 6 3 

3 2 4 4 

4 4 3 5 

5 3 4 4 
3 5 5 

5 4 4 5 

3 5 4 

2 4 3 3 

4 4 4 3 

4 4 4 4 

3 4 3 4 

3 4 4 3 

3 3 



3 3 
5 4 

4 4 
4 5 

4 4 

5 5 

5 4 

5 3 

5 4 

4 5 



Ninth Regiment Infantry. 



Sergeant J. H. McGee, 
Sergeant C. E. Rice, 
Sergeant J. R. Cuddy, 
Lieutenant J. P. Kane, 
Captain A. D. Mitten 



200 yards, 3 3 



500 

200 
500 

200 
500 

200 
500 

200 
500 



2 5 



5 4 4 5 
4 5 4 4 



4 3 3 3 
2 3 3 5 



4 4 

3 5 

4 4 
4 3 

4 4 

4 4 

3 5 

2 5 



4 4 5 4 4 4 4 
2 3 4 5 3 



5 5 

3 4 

5 4 

4 5 

3 4 

4 4 

4 5 

5 3 

4 5 

5 4 



4 4 
3 4 



2 5 3 2 4 3 4 
2 3 3 4 4 

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 

3 3 4 2 3 4 



4 4 

3 5 

5 4 

4 3 



4 34 

5 43 

4 43 

4 45 

4 40 

5 41 

3 39 

4 40 

4 40 

5 40 

4 38 

5 40 

4 40 

4 18 

3 34 

4 34 

4 41 

3 41 

4 38 

2 36 

5 41 

3 34 

4 42 
4 33 



4 4 

5 5 

5 3 

3 3 



33 
42 

38 
35 

39 
20 



77 
88 
81 
79 
80 
78 
58 
68 
82 
74 
75 
75 
75 
73 
59 



1,122 



5 4 5 42 
5 5 4 43 



— 85 



4 4 41 
3 3 26 



- 67 



4 4 36 
3 4 35 



— 71 



5 34 

4 27 



— 61 



5 5 4 42 
3 4 4 30 



- 72 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 167 

Ninth Regiment Infantry — Concluded. 



Corporal W. C. Dickey, . 


. 200 yards, 


4 


4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


38 






500 


<< 


4 


2 


5 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


37 


75 


Lieutenant J. S. Gillon, . 


. 200 


<( 


4 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


3 


37 






500 


<< 


4 





4 


2 


5 


4 


3 


4 


3 


5 


34 


71 


Sergeant C. Schneider, . 


. 200 


ii 


3 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


38 






500 


<< 


5 


5 


3 


5 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


45 


83 


Private J. V. O'Hara, . 


. 200 


<< 


4 


3 


4 


4 


2 


4 


4 


2 


2 


5 


34 






500 


<« 


5 


3 


4 


4 


2 


3 


4 





2 


2 


29 


63 


Lieutenant J. F. Kenealy, 


. 200 


(< 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


38 






500 


ii 





3 


4 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


3 


32 


70 


Corporal J. H. Riley, 


. 200 


«< 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


3 


38 






500 


<( 


3 


3 


3 


4 


2 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


38 


76 


Colonel W. H. Donovan, 


. 200 


<< 


3 


4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


39 






500 


<< 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


5 


43 


82 


Captain D. J. Murphy, . 


. 200 


<< 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


38 






500 


<< 





2 


3 


5 


3 


5 


5 


4 


3 


3 


33 


71 


Corporal J. 0. Lang, 


. 200 


ii 





3 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


32 






500 


ii 


4 


4 


2 


3 


5 


3 





4 


4 


2 


31 


63 


Private J. N. Moreon, 


. 200 


<< 








3 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 


4 


5 


29 






500 


ii 


4 


4 











2 





4 


2 





16 


45 

1,055 



Eighth Regiment Infantry. 



Lieutenant T. J. Cobry, . 


200 yards, 


4 


3 


5 


5 


3 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


40 






500 


<< 





2 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


5 


3 


37 


77 


Private W. T. Abbott, . 


200 


it 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


42 






500 


it 


3 


3 


4 


4 








4 


4 


4 


5 


31 


73 


Sergeant C. J. Jeffers, 


200 


<< 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


44 






500 


<< 





2 





4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


3 


29 


73 


Lieutenant D. E. Jewell, 


200 


<« 


3 


4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


3 


3 


3 


3 


35 






500 


a 


5 


4 


3 


5 


5 


5 


4 


3 


5 


3 


42 


77 


Lieutenant W. F. Flanders, . 


200 


<< 


3 





4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


33 






500 


<« 


2 


4 





2 








3 


2 


3 





16 


49 


Private B. F. Creamer, . 


200 


<< 


2 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


5 


37 






500 


ii 


2 


5 


2 


4 





3 


4 


4 


3 


2 


29 


66 


Sergeant P. A. Leslie, 


200 


u 


3 








2 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


27 






500 


<( 


2 


3 


4 


2 


4 


3 


3 


5 


4 


5 


35 


62 


Color Sergeant W. F. Marston, 


200 


<( 


5 


3 


3 


4 


5 


3 


5 


3 


4 


4 


39 






500 


<< 





4 


3 


2 


3 


3 


4 


5 


3 


4 


31 


70 


Sergeant F. A. Hay, 


200 


(< 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


3 


5 


5 


4 


42 






600 


<( 


4 


2 


2 


2 


5 





4 


3 


4 


2 


28 


70 


Musician J. E. Parker, . 


200 


<« 


2 


3 


4 


4 








3 


2 


3 


4 


25 






500 


<< 











2 


3 


4 





3 


5 


3 


20 


45 



168 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Eighth Regiment Infantry — Concluded. 



Lieutenant G. W. Langdon, 



Sergeant G. E. Hadley, 



Lieutenant T. J. Fraser, 



Sergeant F. E. McDonald, 



Captain C. T. Hilleker, . 



200 yards, 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


40 




500 " 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


38 


78 


200 " 


3 





3 


2 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


32 




500 " 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


40 


72 


200 " 


3 








3 


2 


3 


2 


2 


3 


3 


21 




600 " 


























3 





3 


24 


200 " 


3 





4 





2 


3 


3 


3 


2 


3 


23 




500 " 











2 








2 








3 


7 


30 


200 « 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


5 


3 


41 




500 " 





2 





4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


33 


74 



940 



II. The Cavalry competition for teams of ten, firing fifteen 
shots each at 200 yards, was held at Walnut Hill Range, October 
24, and was won by the team from Troop D. 



Troop D. 



Sergt. Edwin S. Locke, . 
Trooper William L. Swan, 
Corp. Elon F. Tandy, 
Trooper Owen C. Charles, 
Lieut. James L. Fairbanks, 
Sergt. Albert I. Walton, . 
Trooper William J. Dana, 
Sergt. Eugene A. Coburn, 
Sergt. Oliver D. Greene, . 
Sergt. Samuel T. Sinclair, 



4 


4 


5 


4 


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Lieut. John J. Monahan, . 
Lieut. Edward H. Keyes, 
Bugler Williston Carll, . 
Corp. John H. Wilson, . 
Qm. Sergt. Charles F. Scribner, 
Trooper Peter J. Brennan, 
Trooper William H. Quigley, . 
Sergt. Harry C. McMasters, . 
Trooper John Fisher, 
Corp. Ervin W. Sweetser, 



Troop F. 



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Sergt. Fred G. Harbin, . 
Corp. John S. Barrows, . 
Corp. Walter Wiggin, 
Trooper Charles B. Appleton, 
Trooper H. K. Barrows, . 



Troop A. 



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169 



Troop A — Concluded. 

Trooper Samuel J. Wilde, .2233034 5 3445434 — 49 
Trooper Arthur F. Shephard, .344343032002233 — 36 
Trooper John Damon, . .2444433 2 4433434 — 51 
Corp. Fred R. Robinson, . .444444244545353 — 59 



Sergt. W. H. Partridge, . 



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518 



State Team. 
III. The fifteen competitors making the highest aggregate 
scores and who were awarded cups were as follows : — 



Sergt. E. L. Soule, Battery E, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, . 

Priv. A. McMillan, Jr., Co. D, First Corps Cadets, 

Seaman S. G. Smith, Torpedo Division, Naval Brigade, 

Priv. A. R. Schulze, Battery A, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 

Corp'l S. W. Wise, Co. C, First Corps Cadets, .... 

Corp'l Thos. Anduton, Battery B, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 

Sergt. James H. Tolman, Co. I, Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 

Priv. Geo. H. Nason, Co. G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 

Priv. W. W. Cooke, Co. I, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 

Priv. E. J. Cowling, Battery A, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 

Bugler James H. Keough, Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 

Lieut. H. L. Smith, Battery C, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, . 

Lieut. Frank S. Perkins, Co. B, Second Corps Cadets, . 

Sergt. Maj. Wm. D. Huddleson, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 

Priv. James C. Cadigan, Co. M, Second Regiment Infantry, 



92 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
91 
90 
90 
89 
89 
89 
89 
89 



IV. Individual prizes (medals) were won as follows : — 

First Prize, Sergt. E. L. Soule, Battery E, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, . 92 

Second Prize, Priv. A. McMillan, Jr., Co. D, First Corps Cadets, . . .91 

Third Prize, Corp'l S. W. Wise, Co. C, First Corps Cadets, 91 

Fourth Prize, Sergt. James H. Tolman, Co. I, Sixth Regiment Infantry, . . 91 

Fifth Prize, Priv. E. J. Cowling, Battery A, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, . 89 

Sixth Prize, Lieut. H. L. Smith, Battery C, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, . 89 

Seventh Prize, Lieut. Frank S. Perkins, Co. B, Second Corps Cadets, . . 89 

Eighth Prize, Seaman F. G. Hodgkins, Division H, Naval Brigade, . . .87 

Ninth Prize, Priv. J. F. Osborne, Co. C, First Corps Cadets, . . . .87 

Tenth Prize, Lieut. Moses Williams, Jr., Co. A, First Corps Cadets, . . .87 

Eleventh Prize, Sergt. W. J. Lutes, Co. L, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . . .86 

Twelfth Prize, Priv. F. W. Allen, Co. B, First Corps Cadets, . . . .86 

Thirteeth Prize, Priv. Geo. W. Chesley, Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, . . 86 

Fourteenth Prize, Priv. M. W. Parker, Co. D, First Corps Cadets, . . .86 

Fifteenth Prize, Sergt. C. D. Berg, Co. L, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . . .86 

V. The First Regiment Heavy Artillery, by virtue of its team 
making the highest score, is entitled to carry the tri-color on its 
colors during the year 1900. 



170 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Distinguished Marksmen. 

Roll of distinguished marksmen remaining in service at close of 
range season, Nov. 30, 1899, with rank, corps and year of admis- 
sion to rating. 

Abbott, W. T., Private, Co. D, Eighth Infantry, 1896 

Allen, F. W., Private, Co. B, First Cadets 1899 

Anderton, T., Private, Battery B, First Heavy Artillery, 1897 

Barrett, J. F., Captain, Co. M, Sixth Infantry, 1896 

Bennett, J., Trooper, Troop F, unattached cavalry, 1898 

Benyon, G. H., Lieutenant-Colonel, A. A. G., Staff, Second Brigade, . . 1890 

Berg, C. D, Sergeant, Co. L, Fifth Infantry, 1899 

Blake, J. W., Private, Battery C, First Heavy Artillery, 1892 

Breen, J., Lieutenant, Staff, Ninth Infantry, 1895 

Cadigan, J. C, Private, Co. M, Second Infantry 1891 

Chesley, G. W., Private, Co. A, Sixth Infantry, 1899 

Conn, H. N., Color Sergeant, N. C. S., First Heavy Artillery, .... 1891 

Cooke, W. W., Private, Co. I, Fifth Infantry, 1894 

Cooley, G. P., Seaman, Division B, Naval Brigade, 1895 

Cowling, E. J., Private, Battery A, First Heavy Artillery, .... 1899 

Delancy, C. L., Private, Co. M, Second Infantry, 1897 

Dickson, W. P., Private, Co. G, Fifth Infantry, 1890 

Dimock, B., Private, Co. C, Second Cadets, 1891 

Edes, R. B., Major, A. I. G. R P., Staff, Second Brigade 1890 

Facey, C. W., Lieutenant, Co. B, Fifth Infantry 1891 

Felton, L. E., Ensign, Division D, Naval Brigade, 1897 

Fisher, J., Trooper, Troop F, unattached cavalry, 1899 

Foster, C. C, Major Surgeon, Staff, Fifth Infantry 1890 

Foster, W. M, Corporal, Battery C, First Heavy Artillery 1890 

Frye, Colonel, I. G. R. P., General Staff, 1891 

Gambell, P. D., Sergeant, Co. G, Fifth Infantry, 1897 

Gannon, W. C, Private, Co. C, Sixth Infantry, 1897 

Gibbs, J. L., Captain, Battery E, First Heavy Artillery, 1891 

Gihon, E. J., Major, Sixth Infantry 1890 

Gray, F. E., Captain, Co. A, Sixth Infantry 1891 

Hamilton, C. E., Captain, Co. F, Fifth Infantry, 1896 

Hilliker, C. T., Captain, Co. D, Eighth Infantry 1890 

Hodskins, F. G., Seaman, Division H, Naval Brigade, 1899 

Huddleson, W. D., Sergeant Major, N. C. S., First Heavy Artillery, . . 1890 

Hull, A. F., Sergeant, Co. C, Second Cadets, 1894 

Jeffers, C. J., Sergeant, Co. D, Eighth Infantry, 1897 

Joubert, J. H., Captain, Co. F, Ninth Infantry, 1895 

Keough, J. H., Bugler, Co. A, Sixth Infantry, 1890 

Keyes, E. H., Lieutenant, Troop F, unattached cavalry, 1890 

Lawler, J. W., Sergeant, Co. L, Fifth Infantry, 1897 

Lutes, W. J., Sergeant, Co. L, Fifth Infantry, 1899 

McCarthy, T., Lieutenant, Co. G, Fifth Infantry, 1896 

McMasters, H. C, Sergeant, Troop F, unattached cavalry, .... 1898 

McMillan, A., Private, Co. D, First Cadets 1899 

Monahan, J. J., Lieutenant, Troop F, unattached cavalry, .... 1896 

Nason, G. H., Private, Co. G, Fifth Infantry, 1896 

Nutter, C. P., Major, First Heavy Artillery, 1894 

Osborne, J. F., Private, Co. C, First Cadets, 1899 

Paine, J. B., Lieutenant, Staff, First Heavy Artillery 1894 

Parker, M. W., Private, Co. D, First Cadets 1899 



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Perkins, F. S., Lieutenant, Co. B, Second Cadets, 1899 

Pierce, F. W., Lieutenant, Co. M, Eighth Infantry, 1890 

Pond, V. C, Captain, Co. C, First Cadets, 1895 

Richardson, C. A., Captain, Co. I, Fifth Infantry, 1892 

Ripley, W. 8., Jr., Bugler, Battery K, First Heavy Artillery, .... 1895 

Russell, G. R., Paymaster Sergeant, N. C. S., First Heavy Artillery, . . 1890 

Schulze, A., Private, Battery A, First Heavy Artillery, 1897 

Smith, H. L., Private, Battery B, First Heavy Artillery, 1899 

Smith, S. G., Seaman, Torpedo Division, Naval Brigade, 1895 

Soule, E. L., Sergeant, Battery E, First Heavy Artillery, .... 1899 

Southmayd, F. G., Major, Second Infantry 1890 

Swan, W. L., Trooper, Troop D, First Cavalry 1899 

Sweetser, E. W., Corporal, Troop F, unattached cavalry, .... 1897 

Sweetser, W. E., Captain, Co. H, Sixth Infantry, 1893 

Symonds, G. E., Lieutenant, Co. A, Second Cadets, 1891 

Tolman, J. H., Sergeant, Co. I, Sixth Infantry, 1899 

Tornrose, A. T., Color Sergeant, N. C. S., First Heavy Artillery, . . . 1895 

Upton, J. D., Corporal, Co. D, First Cadets 1895 

Williams, M., Jr., Lieutenant, Co. A, First Cadets 1899 

Wise, S. W., Corporal, Co. C, First Cadets 1899 



172 ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPORT. [Jau. 



REPORT OF THE QUARTERMASTER GENERAL. 



Quartermaster General's Office, 

Boston, Nov. 30, 1899. 
To the Adjutant-General. 

I most respectfully submit the report of this department for the 
year 1899. 

The militia returned from the Spanish war, comprising six regi- 
ments, having been fully equipped in campaign uniform, including 
canteens and haversacks. Mess kits have been required for from 
the United States, and will probably be ready for issue early in 
the coming year. 

The re-equipment was made under difficulties, as the property 
forwarded from the government, to take the place of that issued 
to United States volunteers, was not acceptable, it not being new, 
and was returned to the government. New had to be ordered 
manufactured, and issues were accordingly delayed. 

A few supplies will be required for the coming year, but gen- 
erally there is sufficient equipment, with the exception of blouses 
and trousers, for the year 1900. The camp equipage is new and 
in good condition. 

All property in the State arsenal is in good condition and well 
cared for under the efficient supervision of the superintendent of 
the arsenal, Mr. Luke R. Landy. 

The camp ground will require an appropriation to put it in good 
condition. Constant use of it during the war with Spain and 
occupancy this year by the Forty-sixth United States Volunteers 
will make considerable grading and seeding necessary. The 
United States Quartermaster stationed at the camp has been called 
upon to put the field back in the condition it was before occupancy 
by troops, and to repair all damage done to buildings. 

Everything was done to aid in every way the Forty-sixth United 
States Volunteer Regiment. Loan of tents and cooking utensils 
was made before supply was received by them from the govern- 
ment. 

Repairs necessary were made on the buildings prior to encamp- 
ments of the militia, but some time will be required to reclaim the 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 173 

sod. Repairs to fences and gates will be necessary, and painting 
of same and buildings. 

For details of property and issues of the same I refer you to the 
property account of this department, to be published in the Ad- 
jutant General's annual report. 

The total appropriation of this department for the year was : 
Quartermaster's supplies, $22,000. Of this amount, there has 
been expended $21,995.05. For Quartermaster's incidentals, 
which includes all freights, cleaning of camp ground and other 
expenses incidental to the department, the sum of $5,000. Of 
this, there has been expended $4,683.33. For care of camp ground 
the appropriation amounted to $1,000. Of this amount, $1,000 
has been expended. 

All useless property has been condemned, and sales made, and 
the amounts received have been turned over to the State Treasurer. 

In closing, I cannot help but express to you my keen apprecia- 
tion of the very many valuable suggestions and the advice you so 
cheerfully have accorded me, giving me at all times the benefit of 
your long and efficient service as Quartermaster General of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and also wish to thank you for 
your never-failing cordial and courteous treatment of me at all 

times. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HARRY E. CONVERSE, 

Colonel and Assistant Quartermaster General, 
Acting Quartermaster General. 



174 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORTS OF COMMANDING OFFICERS. 



Headquarters First Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Mass., Aug. 29, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, State of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to present the following report of 
the annual tour of camp duty of this brigade, at Framingham, 
August 19 to 25, inclusive. 

In accordance with General Orders, No. 7, current series, A. 
G. O., I assumed command of the State camp ground on Friday, 
August 18, the entire staff being present. All organizations re- 
ported for duty Saturday, August 19, previous to 12 m., with the 
exception of the First Regiment Heavy Artillery, which had per- 
formed its State duty at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, August 12 
to 18, inclusive. 

The attendance during the tour of duty was very satisfactory, 
and was as follows : — 





Present. 


Per Cent. 


Brigadier General and Staff, .... 


19 


100.00 


Second Regiment Infantry, 


722 


94.13 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


706 


92.77 


First Battalion Light Artillery, .... 


192 


95.52 


Troop F, Cavalry, 


106 


100.00 


Signal Corps, 


25 


100.00 


Ambulance Corps, 


22 


84.62 




1,792 


94.07 



The weather conditions during the week were far from favorable. 
The heat was excessive, and, beside a few showers, the nights were 



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foggy. This, however, did not interfere with the faithful per- 
formance of the regular routine of duty, which follows : — 



A.M. 

First call, 5.30 

Reveille, roll call and setting-up 

drill, 5.40 

Breakfast call 6.30 

Surgeon's call, .... 7.00 

First sergeant's call, . . . 7.15 

Officer's call (council of officers), 7.20 
Inspection of quarters (mounted 

arms), 7.30 

First call regimental guard mount- 
ing, 7.50 



Regimental guard mounting, 
First call (boots and saddles), 
Inspection of quarters (infantry) 
Assembly (mounted arms), 
Drill call, . 
Recall, .... 
First call (infantry) . 
Assembly, . 
Adjutant's call (drill), 
Recall, .... 
Orderly hour, 



8.00 

8.15 

8.30 

8.35 

8.40 

9.50 

9.55 

10.10 

10.15 

11.25 

11.45 



Dinner call, . 

First call (infantry), . 

Assembly, . 

Adjutant's call (drill), 

Recall, .... 

First call (boots and saddles) , 

Assembly, . 

Drill call (mounted arms), 

Recall, .... 



The sanitary condit 



P.M. 

12.30 
2.00 
2.15 
2.20 
3 20 
3.25 
3.45 
3.50 
4.50 



First call (evening parade), 

Assembly 

Adjutant's call (parade), . 
Retreat, . . . . 
Supper, . 



P.M. 

4.55-5.35 

5.05-5.45 

5.10-5,50 

. 6.30 

. 6.45 



First call, 9.50 

Tattoo (roll call), . . . 10.00 

Call to quarters, .... 10.15 

Taps, 10.30 



ion of the camp was not what it should be, 
owing in large degree to defective drainage in the rear of the cook 
houses. This can be remedied at small expense, and should re- 
ceive attention before the next encampment. In this connection 
I would respectfully call your attention to the exhaustive report of 
Lieut. Col. Otis H. Marion, whose recommendations on this sub- 
ject I desire to emphasize and endorse in the strongest manner. 

Discipline, military courtesy, personal appearance and the care 
and arrangement of quarters were not entirely satisfactory, though 
a most commendable improvement was manifested during the week. 
Much, however, of the instruction which was the cause of the im- 
provement can be, and should be, imparted in armories. Too much 
personal baggage and useless furnishings were noticed in tents of 
officers and men. Guard duty, as a rule, was only fairly well done. 
An increase in efficiency in this important duty is imperative, and 
can be easily secured if commanding officers will insist that their 
subordinates give to it the degree of attention that its importance 
demands. 

A radical departure was made at this encampment relative to the 
admission of visitors. Friday, August 25, the day of the review, 
was designated as a general visiting day ; during the balance of the 
week visitors were excluded. The result was eminently satisfactory 
to all, the time and attention of officers and men being devoted to 



176 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the performance of military duty, rather than to the entertainment 
of friends and camp followers. 

Sunday was the quietest day of the encampment. All drills 
were suspended, and the day given up to an inspection of the vari- 
ous organizations by the commanding officers and religious services 
under the regimental chaplains. The Young Men's Christian As- 
sociation also held a special service in a large tent used by them 
throughout the week for social and religious purposes. 

It was the earnest desire of the brigade commander to make the 
tour of duty as practical and instructive as camp conditions and 
surroundings would permit. In furtherance of this idea, the bri- 
gade was mobilized, August 22, for a day's tour of duty in the 
open country. Through the kindness and courtesy of Mr. N. I. 
Bowditch and Mr. R. F. Perkins (to whom the State is under great 
obligation), the privilege was accorded of manoeuvring the brigade 
over their extensive farms, comprising some seven hundred acres. 
The manoeuvres exemplified the advance through an enemy's coun- 
try, the objective being an attack on a position occupied by his 
rear guard, strongly posted, with artillery and infantry, on a range 
of hills about four miles from the camp ground. The ground hav- 
ing been thoroughly inspected by all the commanding officers of 
the brigade, the field manoeuvres were carried out in an intelligent 
manner. It was a practical tour of duty, and, in the opinion of 
the brigade commander, was conducted on true tactical and mili- 
tary principles. 

Friday, August 25, was assigned as visitors' day. The regular 
morning schedule was carried out. The afternoon was given up 
to a review by the Commander-in-Chief, which was witnessed by 
an immense number of friends of the various organizations, and 
from a spectacular stand-point was a pronounced success. 

Camp was broken Saturday, August 26, the various subdivisions 
marching at an early hour to the South Framingham station, where 
special trains were taken for home stations. The entire tour of 
duty was most instructive and successful. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Thomas R. Mathews, 

Brigadier General. 

Headquarters First Artillery, M. V. M., 
Boston, Aug. 31, 1899. 

Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 

the encampment of my command at the United States reservation 

at Clark's Point, New Bedford, Mass., Aug. 12 to 18 inclusive, 

1899. 



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In compliance with Regimental General Orders, No. 11, batteries 
E, F, I and M reported at the reservation to Lieutenant Colonel 
Woodman at about 3.45 o'clock p.m. On Saturday, August 12, 
batteries A, C, D, G, K and L, band and field music, reported to 
the regimental adjutant at the South Armory, Boston, at 1.45 
o'clock p.m., and on the same date, and under the command of 
Major Dyar, at once proceeded to the Park Square station, where, 
with batteries B and H, which had already reported to the regi- 
mental paymaster at the station, a special train was taken for New 
Bedford. The regimental commander, with his staff, accompanied 
this portion of the regiment. The embarkation of the eight 
batteries was accomplished without confusion, and the train was 
started exactly upon the moment scheduled, viz., 2.15 o'clock p.m. 
The reservation was reached about 4.15 p.m. With the exception 
of guard mounting, no drill or ceremony was performed. 

Sunday was a day of rest for the entire command, guard mount 
in the morning and evening parade at 5.45 p.m. only being ex- 
ecuted. 

Monday morning the regular schedule, as laid down in Regi- 
mental General Orders, No. 11, was begun, and was faithfully 
carried out during the entire week, excepting that on Thursday 
afternoon the third drill period was omitted. 

On Saturday morning, at 9.30, the regiment left the reservation, 
aud after a short parade through the principal streets of New 
Bedford arrived at the railway station, and batteries E, F, I and 
M were dismissed. Headquarters, band and field music, and the 
Boston, Cambridge and Chelsea batteries, took special train, leav- 
ing promptly at 11.15 a.m. On arrival at Boston, batteries B and 
H were immediately dismissed, while Major Quinby assumed com- 
maud of the Boston batteries, conducting them to the South 
Armory, where, after saluting the regimental colors, he dismissed 
them. 

It would not be possible to over-estimate the value of this en- 
campment to the regiment. For the first time free access was given 
to the rifles mounted on disappearing carriages, and opportunity 
offered for thorough instruction in their manipulation. Every 
possible moment was availed of for this work, and the results 
attained were most creditable and satisfactory. Infantry drill in 
battery and battalion movements was performed constantly, but 
for obvious reasons regimental and extended order drills were 
omitted. 

The nature of the reservation made it necessary for a large 
guard to be maintained, and the experience gained in this most 
important duty was extremely valuable. 



178 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Discipline and military courtesy were most excellent. 

A range for revolver practice was established, and many officers 
availed themselves of the opportunity presented. On two days 
details under Lieutenant Portal, regimental inspector rifle practice, 
visited the rifle range of Battery E, and some good scores were 
made ; but, as this range was situated some seven miles from our 
encampment, more practice with the rifle was deemed inexpedient. 

Instruction in signalling, both by torch and by flag, was given 
each day and evening, under the direction of Lieutenant E. D. 
Powers, regimental signal officer. 

Each battery catered for itself. Some hired professional cooks, 
while others detailed enlisted men as cooks. In some cases all 
the cooking was done on the Buzzacott ovens, furnished by the 
State, but as a rule the batteries had purchased some form of 
range to supplement the Buzzacott. This system was very evi- 
dently much more satisfactory to the men than the old one of 
hiring one professional caterer for the entire regiment. The food 
was plain but substantial, and in most cases was based on the 
regular army ration. The average cost per diem of rationing the 
men ranged from 42 to 60 cents, including all expenses. 

The camp was well policed, and at all times was very cleanly. 
The sinks were undesirable, and were with difficulty kept in condi- 
tion. In the future, the trouble experienced this year will be 
anticipated and obviated. 

A regimental canteen for the enlisted men was established, and 
conducted as closely as possible on the lines of the regular army 
post canteen. Everything was paid for by checks issued to the 
men through their battery commanders. Mineral waters, tonics, 
malt liquors, cigars and tobacco were on sale ; spirituous liquors 
were prohibited. The men manifestly appreciated the advantages 
of the canteen, and at no time was an attempt made to abuse the 
privileges granted them. 

On Wednesday, August 16, the city government of New Bedford 
came to the encampment, and the regiment was reviewed by His 
Honor Mayor Ashley. 

On Thursday, August 17, His Excellency the Governor, accom- 
panied by Generals Dalton and Blood and Colonels Converse, 
Stevens and Morgan, honored the regiment with his presence aud 
by reviev\ing the command. 

The presence in camp, for three days, of Gen. Marcus P. Miller, 
was a source of great pleasure to all. 

Lieut. F. E. Johnston, Seventh U. S. Artillery, having been 
detailed to supervise our work, spent the week as the guest of the 
regiment, and endeared himself to all with whom he came in con- 
tact by his ever-courteous manner and soldierly qualities. 



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The assignment of Col. James A. Frye, Assistant Inspector 
General, to inspect the regiment, was a most happy one and was 
extremely gratifying to both officers and men. To him the com- 
manding officer is indebted for many valuable suggestions. 

Enclosed you will please find General Orders No. 11, which 
includes the schedule of the drill periods, and General Orders No. 
12, giving the routine of duty for each day. 

I desire to make special mention of the important services of 
Capt. F. M. Whiting, who acted as ordnance officer during the 
tour of duty ; and also of those of Maj. Howard S. Dearing, who, 
although suffering severe physical pain from an acute attack of 
sciatica, remained with the regiment throughout the week, and per- 
formed his duties in his usual conscientious and able way. 

In conclusion, I beg to say, without fear of contradiction, that 
this tour of duty was the most successful ever performed by the 
regiment as a militia organization. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Charles Pfaff, 

Colonel. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Aug. 12, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that, in accordance with Gen- 
eral Orders, No. 6, A. G. O., current series, dated May 27, 1899, 
and General Orders, No. 7, A. G. O., current series, dated July 
1, 1899, the Second Brigade of the Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia performed its annual camp duty at the State camp ground 
near South Framingham, from August 3 to 9, inclusive, current. 
The camp was designated as camp at Framingham. 

As required by the last portion of paragraph VI. of General Or- 
ders, No. 6, above cited, which provided that brigade commanders 
" will issue stringent orders relative to care of quarters and uni. 
form arrangements of the same, and extra and useless baggage 
and boxes will not be allowed in quarters ; and brigade orders 
will give the maximum of baggage to be allowed," I directed, by 
paragraph VIII. , General Orders, No. 4, current series, from these 
headquarters, dated July 10, 1899, that u quarters will be kept 
neatly, and their contents will be arranged uniformly. No bag- 
gage will be taken to camp by enlisted men except what can be 
carried upon their persons. Officers will limit themselves to what is 
reasonably necessary, and will take only what can fairly be de- 
scribed as field baggage. Company commanders are authorized, 
however, to allow a field desk for first sergeants, and in addition, 



180 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

in each tent, a box or chest for safe keeping, pails for ice, also 
camp stools and mattresses. Provision will also be made for 
cooking and eating utensils, as well as for lighting." Later, verbal 
authority was also given for the use of a gun rack in each tent of 
the enlisted men of the companies of infantry. 

Paragraph XII. of General Orders, No. 6, above cited, also pro- 
vided that " brigade commanders will make such rules as to passes 
for citizens as they may deem best for the interests of the service, 
and are hereby authorized to designate visiting days, if in their 
judgment it is best." 

In accordance with this requirement, I directed, by paragraph 
VII. of said General Orders, No. 4, from these headquarters, that 
" visitors will not be allowed in quarters except upon special 
passes, of which only a limited number will be issued, and only 
from brigade headquarters, but the public will at all times be 
admitted to enclosures upon the field from which drills and cere- 
monies can be seen. On the day selected by the Commander-in- 
Chief, or his representative, to review the brigade, the public will 
be admitted to quarters after the review and until taps. The pub- 
lic will also be admitted to quarters on Sunday, August 6, on which 
day the chaplains will hold religious services. Guards will at all 
times, however, admit to quarters commissioned officers of the 
arnry, navy and militia, iu uniform, and will also admit former 
commissioned officers of the army and navy whom they can iden- 
tify as such." 

By General Orders, No. 5, current series, from these head- 
quarters, in camp at Fraimnghain, dated August 3, reveille was 
fixed at 5.30 a.m. and taps at 0.15 p.m. 

These several regulations, established in accordance with the 
orders of the Commander-in-Chief, were rigidly enforced, and, I 
am glad to report, in my judgment were productive of the most 
desirable results. The exclusion of all visitors, except a few rela- 
tives or friends of commissioned officers, officers of the army, navy 
and militia in uniform and former officers of the army and navy, 
kept the quarters of the enlisted men free from that interference 
with military work which has heretofore been a serious obstacle to 
progress in learning camp duty, drill and military discipline. Only 
975 passes were issued, and of these 150 were supplied to the Ad- 
jutant General for the use of the higher officers of the State gov- 
ernment and the staff of the Commander-in-Chief. Of course, only 
a small part of the passes were used on any given day. The 
designation of Sunday as visiting day gave an opportunity to 
many thousands — possibly as many as ten thousand — to visit 
the camp, where, with scarcely an exception, they conducted them- 



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selves decorously, as befitted the day. What disorder took place 
was infinitely less than has occurred in past years on a secular 
day. The services in the different commands were duly observed 
and were well attended. 

The restriction imposed on Tuesday, the day of the review, also 
proved most advantageous ; for, in place of the demoralization 
which has heretofore invariably resulted from the admission of 
visitors in large numbers to quarters during the forenoon and the 
early afternoon on the day of the review, there was no interfer- 
ence whatever with the routine of duty, and the troops were en- 
abled to form promptly for the review, in a physical and mental 
condition fit to acquit themselves with credit. 

The restriction in the amount of baggage not only brought about 
substantial uniformity in the arrangement of the tents of all arms 
and of all* commands, but it prevented the introduction of many 
articles that are worse than useless, and which involve much labor 
in transporting them to camp, do much injury during the encamp- 
ment and cause much labor at the end of the encampment in re- 
moving them ; for, by restricting the amount of baggage to be 
carried by enlisted men to what could be carried upon their per- 
sons, there could be excluded with equal facility both roll-top 
desks and four-horse loads of ginger ale. For those who desired 
to drink something beside the pure water supplied by the Common- 
wealth on the camp ground, stores were authorized, at which, how- 
ever, the sale of intoxicating liquor was absolutely prohibited. A 
store was established in every command except in the Eighth In- 
fantry. I ascribe the good order which prevailed during the en- 
campment very largely to the provision which restricted the amount 
of baggage. 

The establishment of taps at 9.15 o'clock, instead of at 11 
o'clock, which was formerly the hour in this brigade, not only en- 
abled us to begin the day's work a quarter of an hour earlier, but 
it gave an opportunity for at least eight hours' sleep, and, indeed, 
nearly another half-hour of rest might be had by those who desired 
and were well trained to the purpose. Military duty is in effect 
athletic exercise. Other conditions being equal, he will make the 
best soldier who sleeps soundly for an adequate time. He must 
have, to be most efficient, suitable food and wholesome surround- 
ings, which always involve suitable sanitary conditions ; but noth- 
ing will make up for loss of sleep. 

I was pleased to note the alacrity with which the entire brigade 
responded to the reveille by the full attendance at roll calls and by 
the alert condition of the men. The absence of the dull, the 
peevish and the slow-moving soldier was conspicuous, when com- 



182 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

pared with the presence of a large number of such in former years. 
The earlier hour of taps did not result in a failure to observe it 
strictly. Lights were extinguished promptly, and after the first 
night, when some men in the left battalion of the Ninth Regiment 
were somewhat noisy, there was no disorder of any kind worth re- 
cording. I am conscious that all these changes from the practices 
of former years may not have been acceptable to some of the offi- 
cers and some enlisted men ; but of their practical utility in in- 
creasing the efficiency of the troops I have heard no reasonable 
doubt expressed. 

The weather during the entire encampment was comfortable ; at 
no time was it exceedingly hot, and most of the time it was most 
desirable for camp duty. All the nights were cool, and the only 
drawback was the condition of the ground, which, from lack of 
rain and because of the trampling of the mounted troops, became 
quite dusty. At no time, however, was this unendurable, while 
on the day of the review the use of a watering cart ameliorated to 
some extent the unpleasant condition. 

With the exception of the Eighth Regiment of Infantry, which 
reported some fifteen minutes late, all the commands reported at 
or before the hour fixed on August 3, and entered upon their duties 
as a whole with earnestness and intelligence. Details, who volun- 
teered for the purpose, on August 2 pitched the tents of the Ninth 
Regiment of Infantry and of the mounted troops. A few tents of 
the Fifth and Eighth Regiments of Infantry were also pitched on 
this day, but the bulk of the tents in the Fifth and Eighth Regi- 
ments of Infantry were pitched after the arrival of these regiments 
on August 3. The work was done with despatch in most cases 
and in accordance with the plan laid out by the brigade engineer, 
tent floors having been placed in their proper places, under the 
direction of the superintendent of the State arsenal, in accordance 
with the brigade engineer's plans, by civilian employees of the 
State. The new tents supplied the troops (nine by nine feet), al- 
though two feet shorter than those formerly used, answered the 
purpose very well, and were issued in sufficient numbers to pre- 
vent crowding, twelve tents being allowed to the enlisted men of 
each company of infantry. 

The commissary needs of the brigade were attended to in a 
variety of ways. Some, notably the cavalry organization, bought 
their rations, and upon issue it was cooked and served by enlisted 
men of the battalion. Others, some of the infantry companies, 
adopted a system of an officer's mess ; namely, hired a steward, 
who purchased food and supervised its preparation and service, 
which was done with cooking utensils and table furniture owned 
by the companies. Others simply paid a caterer for furnishing 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 183 

food ; he used his own cooking utensils and table furniture. While 
all lived well, so far as I am able to learn, the plan adopted by the 
cavalry battalion was of course by far the most economical. 

The order of the camp was entrusted to an acting provost 
marshal ; the provost marshal being absent on leave, the brigade 
engineer was detailed to perform the duties of the office. The 
provost marshal was instructed to perform also the duties of a 
brigade field officer of the day, so far as it was feasible, inasmuch 
as under the drill regulations no such office is provided ; but the 
duties of the provost marshal were in effect those of his appropriate 
office. The provost guard consisted of both horses and foot troops, 
and, being under the permanent direction of one officer, who for 
the last four days of camp was assisted by another officer perma- 
nently detailed, proved to be most efficient. The ground outside 
the camps of the troops, both on the lands of the State and in the 
immediate neighborhood, was thoroughly patrolled. The enlisted 
men desiring to leave without pass were turned back into camp, 
and civilians without passes were prevented from entering, while 
the best of order was maintained. The resentment shown by 
many of the enlisted men because of the activity and efficiency of 
the provost guard I regard as a high compliment to the latter, 
although it leaves a stigma on the former. The cavalry detailed, 
being more conspicuous, received a larger share of this unmerited 
abuse, but they are deserving of the greater praise. Not a man, 
so far as I know, flinched ; and I feel much indebted to the mem- 
bers of the squadron for the faithful performance of a disagreeable 
duty. 

While the disposition of most men in the brigade, which num- 
bered upwards of 2,100, was most admirable, there appeared an 
undercurrent of sulkiness, and even of insubordination, in the 
Eighth Regiment of Infantry. This manifested itself on the 
afternoon of the review by the misconduct of some men, who hissed 
the brigade commander when they were ordered by him to with- 
draw from the vicinity of an enclosure which was filled with 
spectators, although the order was obeyed. While the action of 
these men, I am satisfied, was regretted by the majority of the 
men of the regiment, still, their presence is a menace to the 
efficiency of the regiment, and every effort will be made to eliminate 
such an undesirable element from the command. In contrast to 
this exhibition of unsoldierly conduct were the general good feeling 
and loyal spirit shown by the rest of the brigade, including, I am 
glad to say, the other members of this regiment. I have never 
witnessed more earnest efforts to learn and perform the duty of a 
soldier. 

The routine of duties was most satisfactorily performed. Officers 



184 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and men responded promptly ; reveille and other roll calls were 
conducted properly ; setting up exercises were not shirked ; grounds 
were carefully policed ; men were prompt at meal calls ; com- 
panies were marched quietly to the mess halls ; inspection of 
quarters was carefully attended to ; formations were prompt : drills 
were not shirked, and were intelligently carried on ; ceremony of 
lowering the colors at retreat was conducted impressively, and 
observed by all members of the brigade within sight and hearing ; 
and taps were scrupulously obeyed. 

A daily review was held, both for the purpose of practising the 
troops in brigade formation and as a spectacle to such spectators 
as chose to visit the camp. The result was most satisfactory. 
On the day of the review by the Acting Commander-in-Chief the 
brigade acquitted itself creditably, and upon the alarm the three 
regiments of infantry formed in line of masses in less than two 
minutes. It would be difficult to conceive of greater celerity in 
formation. All the officers of my staff, with the exception of the 
Adjutant General and the medical director of the brigade, were 
assigned special duties in addition to their ordinary ones ; among 
other things, a thorough observation of each command was made. 
An officer was detailed to supervise guard duty, while the medical 
director was especially charged with the sanitation of the camp. 
All performed their duties in a most satisfactory manner, and I 
do not care to discriminate in my commendation, where all de- 
serve it, and where each worked zealously according to his 
knowledge, experience and ability. 

On Monday substantially all of the mounted officers of the 
brigade accompanied the brigade commander in studying the topog- 
raphy in the vicinity of the camp, with reference to the disposi- 
tion of the troops for a possible defence thereof ; and later the 
entire brigade was disposed accordingly. Much intelligence was 
shown during the day by the officers of the brigade, both in select- 
ing positions and in handling their troops. I feel, however, that 
the work of the cavalry battalion under the direction of Major 
Perrins and of the battery of light artillery under the direction of 
Captain Parker was especially commendable. The excellence of the 
mounted arms of the brigade, indeed, was so marked this year 
that I deemed it expedient to call their camps to the attention of 
all the infantry officers, and by my direction they visited both of 
these camps and observed them carefully. Both these camps 
were models of military neatness and suitability, and were indeed 
object lessons to those who desired to become good soldiers. 

The cavalry battalion rode to and from camp over the road, 
bringing all its baggage either on their horses or in four baggage 



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wagons. The battery, having at its own charge supplied itself 
with a most suitable battery wagon, also proceeded to camp over the 
wagon roads, but was returned by railroad from South Framing- 
ham, for the purpose of gaining experience in transporting and 
unloading the battery by rail. 

On Saturday, August 5, the battery was given leave to make a 
practice march, and to engage in placing their guus in positions 
advantageously and in firing blank cartridges. The battery re- 
turned to camp in good shape at the supper hour. 

The brigade was reviewed on Tuesday by the Acting Commander- 
in-Chief, His Honor Lieutenant Governor W. Murray Crane, who 
expressed himself much pleased with the appearance of the troops. 
Later, His Honor, accompanied by the staff of His Excellency and 
by other gentlemen, was driven through the camps of the troops, 
and the several commanding officers and their staffs were presented 
to him by the brigade commander. 

During the first three days of camp the Signal Corps built a 
telephone line connecting brigade headquarters with the different 
organizations and with the brigade hospital. The material there- 
for was either bought or hired at small expense, and the work was 
enthusiastically performed by the corps. 

The Ambulance Corps, as usual, did good work, although there 
was very little need of its services, as the health of the troops was 
good. How far the provision restricting baggage affected this I 
am not able to say, but I feel confident that it contributed in no 
small degree. 

A tent of the Young Men's Christian Association was pitched, 
and the usual accommodation and supply, which were so well re- 
ceived in the army of the United States during the Spanish war, 
was afforded. I commend most highly the arrangement, and trust 
that it may be continued. Every facility was afforded those en- 
gaged in the work to carry it on. 

The attendance in all the commands, except in the Eighth In- 
fantry, was good. The small attendance in the Eighth Infantry I 
ascribe, first, to the recent release of a large number of the mem- 
bers of this regiment from the United States service ; and, sec- 
ondly, to the reluctance of many, if not most, officers and men to 
attend camp, coupled with the expectation that they would not be 
required to perform camp duty this year. When it was determined 
that the duty must be performed, it was too late to get a larger 
attendance. The morning reports show small numbers in several 
companies, and the company recruited in Amesbury was not repre- 
sented by a single enlisted man, while its only commissioned officer 
was too ill to attend. I recommend that this company be recruited 



186 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

at once, preferably, I think, in some other community, for I be- 
lieve that in Amesbury there is either an insufficient population or 
a lack of public spirit of the kind needed to maintain an efficient 
militia company. 

The smartness in drill and intelligence in the performance of 
duties of the infantry were due in a large measure to the service of 
most of the officers and a large number of the enlisted men in the 
United States Volunteers. It was rumored before the encamp- 
ment that some of the volunteers would not be able to endure the 
exposure of camp life ; so, as a precaution, and to ameliorate the 
conditions to some extent, there were no drills for the infantry 
between 10 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. This enabled the men to escape 
active exertion in the heat of the day, but I did not observe that 
they did, preferring to engage in baseball, " blanket tossing," etc., 
rather than to rest. From this I inferred that the exposure of 
camp life was not hurting them. While athletic sports among the 
troops are to be encouraged, I was not convinced that the practice 
of iK blanket tossing " should be continued. To say nothing of the 
possible injury to the persons " tossed," the proceeding tends to 
disorder. Such practices were stopped in the militia years ago. 
If, as it is said, they are allowed in the army, I am sure that they 
are not universally allowed, for I saw nothing of the kind in the 
Seventh Army Corps, and I should certainly have stopped it in the 
brigade which I commanded. 

I was much impressed during this encampment with the oppor- 
tunity that there is to establish in the militia an engineering corps 
upon substantially the same footing as are the signal and ambu- 
lance corps. I believe that there are a large number of engineers 
in the community whose services could be made extremely useful. 

General Recommendations. 

1. The extension of the tour of duty from five days to seven 
proved a most advantageous one, but I am of the opinion that the 
camp duty ought to be made eight instead of seven days. This 
would be a great advantage, by enabling the brigade to go into 
camp on one Saturday and come out the following Saturday. 

2. I recommend that all proper steps be taken to hasten the 
equipment of the light battery with breech loading rifles. 

3. That some suitable provision be made for drainage in the 
rear of the camp. 

4. That at the earliest practicable moment the troops be equipped 
fully, so as to be ready for field or other active duty. 

5. That provision be made for instruction in mounted drill dur- 
ing the fall, winter and spring months. 



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6. That the Signal Corps be suitably equipped, and that provi- 
sion be made for the enlistment of electricians. 

7. That an engineer corps be established. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Wm. A. Bancroft, 
Brigadier General, Commanding. 



Headquarters First Battalion Cavalry, Second Brigade, M. V. M., 

Boston, Feb. 21, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the tour of duty performed by this command, as escort to the 
President of the United States, Feb. 16 and 17, 1899 : — 

Pursuant to Special Orders No. 18, current series, A. G. O., 
the command reported, mounted, at 9 a.m., February 16, at 
Irvington Street. Troops paraded in fatigue uniform, fatigue 
caps, overcoats, boots, spurs and gauntlets. Sabres only were 
carried, attached to the saddle. Horse blankets were carried, 
strapped to the cantle of saddle. 

The strength of the command was : field and staff, 7 officers, 5 
men and 4 extra buglers ; Troop A, 3 officers and 68 men ; Troop 
D, 3 officers and 56 men; total strength, 13 officers and 133 men. 

The following detail, as flankers for the presidential party, were 
detailed to report to Col. Gordon Dexter at the terminal station 
immediately on the arrival of the battalion : Troop A, 1 lieuten- 
ant, 1 corporal and 10 men ; Troop D, 1 sergeant, 1 corporal and 
10 men. One guidon sergeant was detailed from the battalion 
staff as color bearer, to report to the Adjutant General at the 
State House at 9.15 a.m. 

At 9.20 the line of march was taken up, through Huntington 
Avenue, Boylston Street, Tremont, Winter and Summer streets to 
the terminal station, Summer Street. On arrival, the command 
was marched into the station by the Dorchester Avenue entrance, 
and battalion line was formed at 9.45 in the midway, fronting the 
track on which the presidential train was to arrive. 

Promptly at 9.55 the train arrived, and, on arrival of the Presi- 
dent of the United States in front of the battalion, the order to 
present sabres was given, and the command remained at present 
until the carriages, flanked by the out-riders, had been brought up, 
and the presidential party seated. The line of march was then 
taken up, the battalion in advance, over the following route : Sum- 
mer, Winter, Tremont, Park, Beacon, Charles and Boylston streets, 
to the Hotel Touraine, where the battalion was again formed in line 



188 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

and a salute given as the President and party alighted at the Tre- 
mont Street entrance. The battalion then marched to the Irving- 
ton Street armory, where the troops were mustered for pay by 
Lieutenant Hall, paymaster, after which the command was dis- 
missed and repaired to their respective armories. 

The detail of out-riders was under the command of Lieutenant 
Neal of Troop A, and on arrival of the escort at the Hotel Touraiue, 
Lieutenant Neal, as instructed, reported to Col. Gordon Dexter 
for orders. The detail was ordered to report at 4 p.m., and was 
dismissed until that time. The detail was marched to the armory 
of Troop A. Horses were stabled and fed at Cold well's stable, 
Chardon Street. Men had dinner at Troop A's armory, and re- 
ported, mounted, at the hotel, as ordered, at 4 p.m. Escorted the 
presidential party to the Mechanics Fair building. Aided by the 
efforts of the Hon. John Shaw, of the Home Market Club, men 
and horses were comfortably quartered in the basement of the fair 
building. Supper was furnished the men at 6.30 p.m. by quarter- 
master sergeant of Troop A, and nose bags and oats provided for 
the horses. At 9 p.m. horses were saddled, and, on receiving or- 
ders from Colonel Dexter, the command reported at the entrance, 
taking positions as fast as the carriages were loaded. On arrival 
at the hotel the men were dismissed, being ordered to report at 
10.15 a.m., Friday, February 17. At the above hour detail was 
formed on Boylston Street, mustered by Paymaster Hall, and re- 
ported at the hotel, as ordered, escorting the presidential party to 
Tremont Temple and afterwards to the State House, afterwards to 
the Park Street entrance to the subway, and then to the Public 
Garden entrance, to await the arrival of the party on the conclu- 
sion of their tour through the subway. The party was then escorted 
to the Algonquin Club and the squad dismissed, to report back at 
4 p.m. Horses and men were quartered at Draper & Hall's stable, 
where the quartermaster sergeant of Troop A again provided sup- 
plies for horses and men. At 4 p.m. the detail again reported for 
duty, escorting the presidential party at a rapid pace by Common- 
wealth Avenue, Arlington, Boylston, Tremont, Winter and Sum- 
mer streets to the terminal station, where the command was relieved 
from further duty at about 5 p.m. 

I wish to call special attention to the work of the detail of out- 
riders under command of Lieutenant Neal, to whom is due the 
greater share of credit for the success of the tour of duty. 

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

William A. Perkins, 

Major. 



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Armory of Company K, Ninth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., 
Clinton, Mass., Dec. 6, 1899. 

To the Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that Company K, Ninth Regi- 
ment Infantry, M. V. M., which I have the honor to command, 
was called out to assist the civil authorities, Dec. 4, 1899, on the 
occasion of a very big fire, which destroyed a large portion of the 
business district of the town. 

The military call, " three sevens," was blown on the fire alarm 
at 5.10 p.m., which brought those within hearing distance of it to 
the armory ; many had already assembled, in anticipation of such 
a call. The company was marched to the fire district, to patrol 
the streets leading to the scene of the fire, and placed to guard 
property that had been removed from threatened buildings. 

The men reported very promptly, where notified personally or 
called by telephone. The corporations gave every assistance in 
notifying men called by telephone or the military alarm. At 5.20 
p.m. there were 3 officers, 8 non-commissioned officers and 29 
privates, — a total of 40 on duty; at 6.05 p.m. there were 3 
officers, 11 non-commissioned officers, 1 musician and 35 privates, 
— a total of 50 on duty. The alarm was sounded only once, and 
many of the men did not know of it until after 6 o'clock, after 
work was over in the mills. They immediately reported for duty 
without getting any supper. A few other men, who worked be- 
yond the limits of the town, reported after 6.15 p.m., but I did 
not put them on duty, as there was no need for more men. 

At 6.30 p.m. the fire was under control and the crowds com- 
menced to disperse. At 7. 30 p.m. everybody was apparently well 
disposed, and almost all the property that had been removed from 
the stores and buildings had been concentrated in one lot, and 
therefore was easily guarded by a few men. I conferred with the 
civil authorities, and, as the fire was now completely blocked and 
under control, the chief of police assured me he could now attend 
to the situation with his own men. I was requested to leave a 
guard over the property in the lot, which I did, and then assem- 
bled the rest of the company, marched them to the armory and 
dismissed the men at 8 p.m. The guard of three men and a 
sergeant remained on duty until 6 a.m., December 5. 

The men were equipped in blue fatigue uniform, cap and over- 
coat, with rod bayonet, Springfield rifle, cal. .45, web belt and ten 
rounds of ammunition. 



190 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The weather was quite cold and raw, with a high wind, and the 
streets were very wet in most places. The men are all well, and 
report no bad effect from the sudden call. 

Very respectfully, 

Peter J. Cannon, 
Captain Company JST, Ninth Infantry, M. V. M. 



Police Dkpartment, Clinton, Mass., Dec. 30, 1599. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, State of Massachusetts, 

State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir: — We beg to offer, in behalf of the town of Clinton, our 
acknowledgment of the promptitude with which Capt. Peter J. 
Cannon, commanding Company K, Ninth Regiment, M. V. M., 
responded to our call for assistance on the night of Dec. 4, 1899, 
on the occasion of a serious fire in our town, and to express our 
appreciation of the services rendered by the officers and men of 
said company in guarding property and lives at that time. 
We remain, very respectfully yours, 

Wm. Rodger, 
Chairman Board of Selectmen. 
Oren B. Bates, 
Chief of Police, Town of Clinton, Mass. 



Annual Tour of Naval Brigade, 1899. 
First Detail. 

U. S. S. " Prairie," Boston, Mass., Sept. 13, 1899. 

Sir : — In obedience to your order of April 27, the naval militia 
of Boston having been on board for eight days, we have the honor 
to state, in addition to the data accompanying this letter : — 

1. That the professional ability of the enlisted force is good. 

2. That the general physique is good. 

3. That the discipline is good. 

4. That the efficiency and manner of performing duty of the 
officers are as follows : — 



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Efficiency. 


Manner. 


Denny, A. B., lieutenant commander, . 


Good, 


Very good. 


Dowst, F. B., engineer officer, 






Very good, 


Very good. 


Moffatt, R. T., ordnance officer, . 






Good, 


Good. 


Parker, W. S., signal officer, 






Good, 


Good. 


Allen, G. W., surgeon, . 






Very good, 


Good. 


Morse, E. G., assistant paymaster, 






Good, 


Good. 


Parker, C. H., lieutenant, 






Very good, 


Good 


Jones, C. I., lieutenant, . 






Very good, 


Good. 


Felton, L. E., ensign, 






Fair, . 


Fair. 


Sughrue, D. H., ensign, 






Good, 


Good. 


Hamlen, E. W., lieutenant (J.G.), 






Very good, 


Good. 


Bittues, A. A., lieutenant, 






Good, 


Very good. 


Dexter, J. K , lieutenant, 






Fair, . 


Good. 


Barr, W. S., ensign, 






Fair, . 


Good. 



5. That the marks assigned to the various drills are : — 

Signals, Very good. 

Pistols, Good. 

Infantry tactics, Good. 

Sword exercise, Good. 

Setting up exercise, Fair. 

Great gun, Very good. 

Navigation, Very good. 

* 

6. The machinists and oilers of the engineer division were very 
attentive to duty, and performed same in an intelligent manner. 
The firemen were of very little use in that rating, being very ineffi- 
cient, inattentive to duty, and unable to continue their work for a 
single run. 

Very respectfully, 

S. H. Griffith, Surgeon, U. S. N. 
Wm. Truxtun, Lieutenant, U. S. N. 
F. K. Hill, Lieutenant, U. S. N. 
R. H. Chappell, Lieutenant, U. S.N. 

To Commanding Officer U. S. S. " Prairie." 

Fourteen officers, 47 petty officers and 181 enlisted men. 

Second Detail. 



U. S. S. " Prairie," Boston, Mass., Sept. 23, 1899. 

Sir : — In obedience to your order of April 27, the naval militia 
of Boston having been on board for eight days, we have the honor 
to state, in addition to the data accompanying this letter : — 



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[Jan. 



1. That the professional ability of the enlisted force is good. 

2. That the general physique is very good. 

3. That the discipline is very good. 

4. That the efficiency and manner of performing duty of the offi- 
cers is as follows : — 



Efficiency. 



Manner. 



Gardiner, G. N., lieutenant, . 

Parker, J. P., lieutenant, 

Buffington, G. R. H., lieutenant, 

Moody, E. G., lieutenant, 

Smith, H. L., lieutenant, 

Thomas, A. E., lieutenant (J. G.), 

Borden, R. D., lieutenant (J. G.), 

Page, D. P , lieutenant (J. G.), 

Merritt, S. V., assistant surgeon, lieutenant 

(J. G.), . . 
Palmer, G. W., ensign, 
Borden, C. N., ensign, 
Turnhill, F. H., ensign, 
Shepard, R. L., ensign, 
Morse, E. C, assistant paymaster, ensign, 
Allen, G. W ., surgeon, lieutenant commander, 



Good, 
Very good, 
Very good, 
Fair, . 
Good, 
Good, 
Good, 
Fair, . 

Very good, 

Good, 

Good, 

Good, 

Good, 

Good, 

Very good, 



Good. 
Good. 
Very good. 
Fair. 
Fair. 
Good. 
Very good. 
Fair. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Fair. 

Good. 

Good. 



5. That the marks assigned to the various drills are : — 

Signals, Very good. 

Pistols, Fair. 

Infantry tactics, Excellent. 

Sword exercise, Fair. 

Setting up exercise, Very good. 

Great gun, Very good. 

Navigation, Very good. 

6. The engineer's division were very attentive to duty, and per- 
formed same in an intelligent and efficient manner, both while 
steaming and at anchor overhauling the machinery. 

Very respectfully, 

S. H. Griffith, Surgeon, U. S. N. 

Wm. Truxtun, Lieutenant, U.S.N, 

F. K. Hill, Lieutenant, U. S. N. 

R. H. Chappell, Lieutenant (J. G.), U. S. N. 



To Commanding Officer U. S. S. " Prairie." 

Fifteen commanding officers, 41 petty officers and 155 enlisted 
men took the cruise in the second detail. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 193 



Headquarters First Corps of Cadets, M. V. M., 
Boston, July 17, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel D Alton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to report that my command per- 
formed its tour of annual drill according to law and orders at 
Hingham, on Saturday, July 8, and in like manner at the same 
place performed seven days of camp duty, from July 9 to July 15 
inclusive. In order to be prepared on the spot for a full day of 
duty on July 8, the corps went into camp by my order on Friday 
afternoon, July 7. 

The only change made at our camp ground since the tour of 
duty last performed there, in 1897, was in placing permanent 
stanchions for the tents. These stanchions are like those at the 
camp on the ground of the United States Military Academy at 
West Point, namely, cedar posts firmly fixed in the ground and 
connected by stout rails of spruce. They are painted black, with 
the same material used at West Point, but it does not stand the 
salt air at Hingham as it does the inland air on the Hudson, and 
we must find a substitute. 

On Tuesday, July 11, His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief, 
accompanied by several members of his staff, among whom were 
the Adjutant General, Surgeon General and Commissary General, 
arrived in camp about noon and remained until evening. His 
Excellency reviewed the corps at 4 o'clock p.m. 

Gen. J. L. Carter, Inspector General, went to camp with the 
corps and remained with it during the entire tour, except when 
compelled by the duties of his office to make three brief visits 
elsewhere. He slept in camp every night. It was a matter of 
regret to the corps that the Adjutant General was unable to be 
with it, as usual, during the whole tour. 

Rifle practice and signal practice were held daily, except on 
Sunday. The only interference with the routine of duty laid down 
in standing orders was by rain on Saturday, July 8, which pre- 
vented battalion drill and the ceremonies at the conclusion of the 
day. 

It is a pleasure and a great gratification to me to say that this 
camp showed an improvement over the last camp, notwithstanding 
the fact that eighteen out of twenty commissioned officers were in 
positions new to them, the commanding officer and the Inspector 
of Rifle Practice being the only ones in their old places. This is 
a very good showing for those officers who by quite recent promo- 
tion or transfer had new duties to perform, and I desire, in simple 
justice, to commend them all highly. Nor should the enlisted 



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men, particularly the non-commissioned officers and chiefs of 
squad, be overlooked in this commendation. Every man, as well 
as every officer, did his whole duty well. The discipline was 
excellent. 

A table showing attendance is appended. 

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Thomas F. Edmands, 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 

Record of Attendance, First Corps Cadets, in Camp at Hingham, 

Jxdy 7-15, 1899. 





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Thomas F. Edmands, 

Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 



HEADQUARTER8 SECOND CORPS CADETS, M. V. M., 

Salem, Ma68., Dec. 1, 1899. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the duty performed by the Second Corps Cadets during the year 
1899. 

In compliance with General Orders No. 6, A. G. O., this com- 
mand performed its annual tour of camp duty at Boxford, Mass., 
August 12 to 18 inclusive. 

The corps was conveyed to and from the camp ground by special 
train. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 195 

On account of the indifference of the train hands in handling 
the baggage, a delay of over an hour was occasioned in pitching 
camp ; however, by the aid of a specially arranged set of lines, 
practically all the tents were pitched before dinner. 

The weather was fine during the entire week, and, commencing 
with guard mounting at 11.30 o'clock on Saturday, the drills and 
ceremonies were continued without any interruption until the 
close of the tour of duty. 

The large camp ground is well adapted to the purposes of drill- 
ing in extended order, battle formations, exemplification of attack 
and defence, and advantage of seeking cover ; and, as a result, 
much time was devoted to instruction, and benefit was derived 
from this line of work. The surrounding country affords ample 
opportunity for instruction and practice in advance and rear guard 
and out-post duty, and each company was sent out once during 
the week on a practice march. They started soon after reveille, 
travelled some five miles, cooked their own breakfast, exemplified 
grand guards and returned for dinner. Detailed reports and maps 
were received from each company, and I desire to record the ex- 
cellence of the work of the officers in this connection. Some in- 
struction was given to each company in building earth-works. 

The health of the command was very good, not a case of sick- 
ness at the hospital being reported. As is usual in this organiza- 
tion, the Quartermaster provides for the rationing of the men, 
buying all the supplies ; and, although the variety of the food was 
not as great as heretofore, the supply was sufficient, the quality 
good, and general satisfaction was expressed by all. 

The corps expended some five hundred dollars in improvements 
and camp furnishings, and I believe that now the camp ground is 
as well appointed as the needs or comfort of a battalion, or even 
a regiment, require for a period of camp duty. 

This year the canteen system was adopted and the results were 
most beneficial. The appearance of the men's quarters were much 
improved thereby, and the general conditions of the camp, particu- 
larly on visiting days, gave much satisfaction and was favorably 
commented on. 

The rifle range was open at all hours of the day for practice 
with rifle and revolver, and good results were obtained. 

The new members of the staff, while not having had experience 
in their respective departments, have previously served in the 
Massachusetts militia ; and the unceasing energy displayed by 
them in accomplishing such good results did much to promote the 
success of the camp. 

His Excellency the Governor and Commander-in-Chief visited 



196 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

the camp and reviewed the troops. Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton 
and Brig. Gen. Marcus P. Miller were welcome guests of the 
corps, and their visit was highly enjoyed and the compliment ap- 
preciated. Col. Frank L. Locke was detailed to iuspect the corps, 
and his assignment will be recalled with pleasure. 

Pursuant to General Orders No. 12, A. G. O., the corps paraded 
in Boston at the reception of Admiral George Dewey. The 
strength of the command was the largest in its history, and it is 
worthy of note that it was the first time the entire staff was 
mounted. The corps also paraded on May 30, 1899, as an escort 
to Post 34, G. A. R., attending the exercises of Decoration Day. 

Considering the fact that there is no rifle range within the city 
limits, the record of the corps, as shown by the reports of the year, 
is very creditable, all or very nearly all in each company having 
qualified or requalified in some class. If a suitable range can be 
found in this city, I have no doubt the city council will appropri- 
ate funds to properly equip it. 

The report of the surgeon is herewith transmitted. 

In conclusion, whatever measure of success may have attended 
this my initial year in command of this organization, it could not 
have been attained without the hearty support and encouragement 
which it has been my pleasure to receive. 

I am, very respectfully, 

Walter F. Peck, 
Lieutenant Colonel. 

Spanish War. 
Continuation of the Narrative of Col. J. H. Whitney, Fifth Regi- 
ment Infantry, Mass., U. S. Vols., from 1898 to the Muster 
out of his Regiment, in March, 1899. 

Headquarters Fifth Regiment of Infantry, Second Bkigade, M. V. M., 

Boston, Dec. 11, 1899. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Daltox, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to make the following report of 
the duty performed by my command from the first day of January, 
1899, to March 31, the time of the mustering out of my regiment 
from the volunteer service of the United States. 

January 1 found my command at Camp Witherell, Greenville, 
S. C, where the regiment had arrived Nov. 18, 1899. The new 
year found the command in most excellent shape, in respects to 
drill and health. 

On January 12 the First Battalion, under Major Morrison, was 
ordered to Greenville for provost duty for the next ten days. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 197 

The men strengthened the good impression made upon the city 
when on provost duty once before. The "Daily News" said: 
" This is the second term for the Massachusetts men, and they 
have again won the respect of our city. From all parts of the city 
come remarks commending their good work. The men are a fine- 
looking body, neat and careful, and they always make a good im- 
pression. Their officers are painstaking and considerate, and the 
provost work under them always runs smoothly." 

On February 5 Lieutenant Colonel Weaver returned to the com- 
mand, and he was given a most royal reception by officers and men. 

Up to this time the regiment had not suffered very much from 
the cold, but with the beginning of February 8 the hardships from 
the cold began. All outside drills were suspended, and all efforts 
were made to care for the men. The guard posts were cut down 
one half and the time of guard duty was reduced one half, and on 
one or two nights of intense cold the guards were released from 
outside duty. During this blizzard some of the tents were blown 
down, others were badly torn, and, as a result, a number of men 
were exposed to the storm and inclemency of the weather. As a 
result of this, and of much carelessness on the part of some of the 
men, an epidemic of sickness came upon the regiment, which re- 
sulted in the death of several men from pneumonia. I am satisfied 
all was done for the men that could be done, and that no blame 
could be attached to any one for the calamity that came upon the 
regiment. 

Several brigade drills and sham battles took place, under the 
command of General Lincoln and myself. In all these, as well as 
three or four practice marches, the regiment acquitted itself with 
much credit. 

On February 21 the first authentic news of the mustering out 
of the regiment was received. Two days later General Lincoln 
was mustered out of the service, and I was ordered to take com- 
mand of the Second Brigade, which I did. Major Morrison took 
command of the regiment, as Lieutenant Colonel Weaver had 
been ordered to inspect the books and records of all the regiments 
in the First Brigade. 

The Third Battalion, under the command of Major Hanson, 
went on provost duty March 16, but after four days were ordered 
into quarantine, because of the exposure of a number of men to 
the measles. Careful work prevented the spread of the disease, 
and in a few days the men were released from quarantine. 

The place of mustering out having caused some discussion in 
camp, as well as at home, I used my influence for the mustering 
out of the regiment in camp, as that would bring much better 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

financial results to the men. Many thought a regiment of soldiers 
could not be taken home in a body after being mustered out, but 
I am glad to state that the men, after some discussion, voted 
almost unanimously so to do. 

On March 31, after being mustered out of the service of the 
United States, the regiment started for home, conducting itself 
with credit in Washington, New York and Boston, where it arrived 
on Monday morning, April 3. 

Over one thousand men passed in review before His Excellency 
Gov. Roger Wolcott and staff, and were given a warm reception 
by the citizens of Boston and vicinity. 

After turning over the colors to His Excellency, the regiment 
was dismissed and the various companies taken in charge by com- 
mittees from the municipalities which they represented. 

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

J. H. Whitney, 
Colonel Fifth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 199 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M., 

Boston, Aug. 28, 1899. 

Brig. Gen. R. A. Blood, Surgeon General, Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit to you the following report 
of medical department of the Second Brigade, M. V. M., for tour 
of duty at South Framingham, August 3 to 9 inclusive. 

The weather was delightful, and almost all that could be desired 
for military duty. 

The general health of the command was excellent, and few 
patients sick enough to be admitted to brigade hospital. Owing 
to the large number of veterans in the brigade, many of whom had 
suffered from malarial disease contracted in United States volun- 
teer service, I anticipated many cases of illness requiring hospital 
treatment. I was agreeably disappointed in this, the number of 
sick being few, compared with other encampments. Only two 
cases during the week need special mention, — a case of appendi- 
citis in an enlisted man of the Fifth Regiment, and fracture of the 
nose, caused by fall from horse, in enlisted man of Troop A. 
The former was sent to Massachusetts General Hospital for 
operation, the latter to Boston City Hospital. Form No. 16 was 
promptly forwarded in both of these cases. 

Assistant Surgeons Jenkins, McGourty and Chadwick were 
detailed for duty at brigade hospital ; they also attended the sick 
of Signal and Ambulance Corps. The latter organization has two 
medical officers, capable and willing to perform this work, but it 
is advisable to have the assistant surgeon in charge of hospital 
attend the sick. An officer who drills the command should not 
decide on the questions of disability, etc., of the members. 

Policing of camp was excellent. Care of sinks was not properly 
attended to, and in my opinion never will be until placed in the 
hands of brigade commander. Civilian employees entrusted with 
this work cannot realize the importance of it. The sinks should 
be cared for by soldiers. For a short tour of duty in a militia 
camp, lime is a valuable disinfectant and deodorizer. By my 
advice, most of the medical officers procured lime for the sinks, 
and application for reimbursement was made out in proper form. 
I favor individual covering of stools and an occasional covering of 
lime. The copperas solution, as used, gives the sinks an unsightly 
appearance ; it has some value as a disinfectant, but in a camp 
situated like ours a deodorizer is needed as well as a disinfectant. 

The water supply is apparently good, but it is only a question 
of time when it will be contaminated. The camp ground has been 
occupied by large bodies of troops for several months in 1898, and 



200 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

is about to be used again for recruiting for United States Volun- 
teer service. Leonard's Pond, which supplies the water, is apt to 
be polluted by excreta, etc. I recommend the introduction of the 
town supply, this will ensure good drinking water, and relieve the 
military authorities of a great responsibility. 

I enclose the reports of two regimental surgeons. Others have 
not been heard from. I also enclose the consolidated sick report 
and weather observations. The latter are not complete. The 
meteorological set was not in fit condition to use, but the new one 
sent by you was satisfactory. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

William H. Devine, 

Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, 

Secoyid Brigade, M. V. if. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 201 



GENERAL ORDERS AND CIRCULARS. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Jan. 14, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 1. 

Last of series of 1898, No. 19. 

I. The following is published for the information of the mili- 
tia : — 

On the request of the Adjutant General for the opinion of the 
Attorney General of the Commonwealth on the following ques- 
tion : — 

Does an officer of the active militia who does not enter the service of 
the United States and who accepts a commission in the provisional mili- 
tia, authorized under provisions of chapter 428, Acts of 1898, vacate his 
former commission on accepting the latter? 

the Attorney General renders the following decision : — 

The provisional companies, battalions and regiments, authorized by 
Statutes of 1898, chapter 428, section 6, are, in my opinion, subject to 
the provisions of the general militia law, Statutes of 1893, chapter 367, 
excepting as otherwise specially provided. 

Section 50 of the general militia law provides that " When an officer 
holding a military commission is elected or appointed to another office 
in the militia, and accepts the same, such acceptance shall vacate the 
office previously held." 

The section last quoted answers your inquiry. "An officer who ac- 
cepts an election to office in the militia vacates his former commission, 
whether the new commission be in the active or in the provisional mili- 
tia." 

II. Under the above opinion, the following-named commis- 
sioned officers of the active militia are hereby discharged as of 
the date of their commissions in the provisional militia : — 

Capt. Isaac N. Marshall, Company E, Sixth Infantry, June 21, 
1898. 

Second Lieut. Edwin R. Gray, Company E, Second Infantry, 
June 22, 1898. 

First Lieut. John Breen, I. R. P., Ninth Infantry, June 24, 
1898. 



202 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Capt. David M. Crotty, Company D, Ninth Infantry, July 19, 
1898. 

First Lieut. David W. Colburn, Company B, Sixth Infantry, 
Aug. 20, 1898. 

First Lieut. John M. Portal, I. R. P., Sixth Infantry, Sept. 26, 
1898. 

III. The following-named enlisted men of the active militia will 
be discharged as of the dates of their several commissions in the 
provisional militia : — 

Sergt. Fred S. Weymouth, Company E, Second Infantry, June 
22, 1898. 

Sergt. Willie B. Smith, Company E, Second Infantry, June 22, 
1898. 

Sergt. Geo. L. Fowler, Jr., Company C, Sixth Infantry, June 
22, 1898. 

Corp. William F. Henderson, Company C, Ninth Infantry, July 
6, 1898. 

Sergt. Burton W. Farnham, Second Corps of Cadets, July 11, 
1898. 

Orderly Arthur E. Stone, Sixth Infantry, July 11, 1898. 

Corp. James B. Goggin, Company D, Ninth Infantry, July 19, 
1898. 

Sergt. William W. Cann, Company D, Eighth Infantry, Aug. 
8, 1898. 

Sergt. Charles Henry Rice, Company K, Fifth Infantry, Sept. 
12, 1898. 

Priv. James Chester Hanson, Company G, Fifth Infantry, Sept. 
26, 1898. 

IV. Officers of the militia rejoined from service in the United 
States Volunteers, having in their possession military property, 
State or United States, on hand prior to their entry into the United 
States service and not taken by them into the said service, will take 
up such property on inventory blank and forward such inventories 
to this office. 

V. The following-named officers having rendered continuous 
service as commissioned officers in the Volunteer Militia of the 
Commonwealth for periods of ten years and upwards, are, upon 
their own applications, placed upon the retired list as provided 
by law : — 

Maj. George R. Rogers, First Corps of Cadets, with rank of 
lieutenant colonel from Jan. 10, 1899. 

First Lieut. James E. R. Hill, Adjutant First Corps of Cadets, 
with rank of captain from Jan. 6, 1899. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 203 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, Dec. 28, 1898. 

Maj. James A. Frye, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., is 
hereby appointed Assistant Inspector General on the staff of the Com- 
mander-in-Chief, with the rank of colonel, to date from Nov. 14, 1898. 

(Signed) Roger Wolcott, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

VI. Col. James A. Frye of Boston, having been duly commis- 
sioned and qualified, will be obeyed and respected accordingly. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Feb. 11, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 2. 

I. Brig. Gen. Wm. A. Bancroft, having reported for duty 
from "leave," will assume command of the Second Brigade. 
Lieut. Col. Wm. H. Oakes, Fifth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M., 
is relieved from duty as commanding officer of the Second Brigade, 
M. V. M. 

II. Lieut. Col. W. M. Bailey, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 
M. V. M., and Lieut. Col. Wm. H. Oakes, Fifth Regiment Infan- 
try, M. V. M., will cause to be prepared and forwarded to this 
office a full list of officers and men of their regiments who did not 
enter the United States service and who are still in the militia. 
This list will show whether the men were rejected or were unable 
to enter the volunteer service. Hereafter all applications for dis- 
charge or any papers connected with the above regiments will be 
forwarded to the above officers for transmittal. 

III. The following-named provisional companies are hereby 
relieved from duty, and will turn over their armories to the city or 
town authorities : third, fourth, nineteenth, twenty-sixth, thirtieth, 
thirty-second, thirty-third, thirty-fourth. All company books not 
already'turned in will be forwarded to this office at once ; all other 
property, to State arsenal. 

Captains of companies should forward list of non-commissioned 
officers appointed to this office, in order that discharges in accord- 
ance with law may be issued. Warrants will be issued by brigade 
commanders on application for the same by company commanders 
of provisional companies. 

IV. Brig. Gen. J. L. Carter, Inspector General, will cause the 
several companies of the following organizations of the Massachu- 



204 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

setts Volunteer Militia to be inspected in their armories as soon as 
practicable, viz. : — 

First Regiment Heavy Artillery. 

Second Regiment Infantry. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. 

Naval Brigade. 

V. The following instructions, suggested by the Inspector Gen- 
eral, governing the inspections herein ordered, are approved and 
published for the information and guidance of all concerned : — 

Officers of the Inspector General's department will visit com- 
panies on regular drill nights as far as possible. 

Not less than ten days' notice will be given to company com- 
manders, by letter, and the regimental commanders and chief of 
Naval Brigade will be similarly notified. 

Companies will be paraded for inspection in " fatigue dress," as 
defined in General Orders, No. 2, paragraph VII., series of 1898, 
with such uniforms, arms and equipments as may have been issued 
to them. 

The scope of the inspections, while not limited hereby, will em- 
brace particularly the number present and absent, character of the 
officers and men as to fitness for service in the Volunteer Militia, 
police of quarters, general condition of administration, and pros- 
pect of maintenance at a proper standard ; the main object being 
to inform the Commander-in-Chief of the present status of the or- 
ganizations which have been reported for duty after service in the 
late war, and to give such assistance as may be to brigade and 
regimental commanders in assembling their commands. 

Should the inspections disclose in any command evidence of in- 
difference or lack of numbers sufficient to warrant its disbandment, 
special report will be made upon the same without delay. 

Company commanders will be prepared to submit to the inspect- 
ors company roll books representing the roll of their companies 
on the date of inspection, and will be required to account for all 
absentees. 

Inspecting officers will be assigned to the inspection of com- 
panies by the Inspector General as may be most expedient, without 
confining them to particular regiments, as has heretofore been the 
custom. 

VI. Brigade commanders of the First and Second Brigades will 
instruct the Assistant Inspector General of their brigades to report 
by letter to the Inspector General for assignment to duty in con- 
nection with the inspections herein ordered. 

The Inspector General will arrange to inspect the remaining or- 
ganizations of the militia later. 



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VII. Requisitions for property will not be forwarded unless 
properly filled out in every respect, and headquarters and company 
commanders who were in the volunteer service will at once forward 
to this office inventories of all property not taken into the volunteer 
service, but retained in their possession. 

VIII. Lieut. Col. Thomas F. Edmands, commanding First 
Corps of Cadets, M. V. M., will hold himself in readiness to 
detail a guard from his command in connection with the reception 
of the President of the United States on February 16. 

IX. Maj. Wm. A. Perrins and Capt. Samuel D. Parker, com- 
manding First Battalion of Cavalry and Battery A, respectively, 
will hold their commands in readiness for duty February 16, in 
connection with the reception of the President of the United 
States. 

X. The following-named commissioned officers, having ren- 
dered continuous service for ten years and upwards, are, on their 
own request, placed on the retired list in accordance with the pro- 
visions of law : — 

Maj. Orland J. Brown, surgeon, Second Regiment Infantry, as 
lieutenant-colonel, Jan. 28, 1899. 

Lieut. Col. Samuel A. Johnson, Second Corps of Cadets, as 
colonel, Feb. 6, 1899. 

Capt. Thomas B. Ticknor, First Corps of Cadets, as major, 
Feb. 6, 1899. 

First Lieut. Charles D. Colson, quartermaster, Second Regiment 
Infantry, as captain, Feb. 8, 1899. 

The following-named officer is retired, after examination by a 
medical board, for disability : — 

First Lieut. Edgar A. Marshall, Company C, Eighth Regiment 
Infantry, as first lieutenant, Feb. 6, 1899. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, March. 4, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 3. 

On the recommendation of Col. Richard D. Sears, Acting In- 
spector General of Rifle Practice, the following is published for 
the information and guidance of the militia : — 

I. The Department of Rifle Practice. — The office of the 
Inspector General of Rifle Practice is established at the State 
House, Boston, to which address all official communications will 
be forwarded. 



206 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

II General Provisions. — The. season of 1899, for range 
work, will close October 31. The following general rules are 
published for the guidance of all ofticers concerned in the work of 
the department : — 

(a) Firing parties will always be in charge of officers or non- 
commissioned officers, who are reminded of the great responsibility 
they thereby assume, and of the absolute necessity of exercising 
extreme caution in order to prevent accidents. Rifles ivill be loaded 
at the firing-point only, and must be inspected before leaving the 
armory as zvell as before leaving the range. The ammunition of a 
company should be in trustworthy hands. 

(b) Any soldier enlisting after this date will be expected to 
make, during the first year of his service, at least 40 per cent, of 
the possible score at 200 yards, off-hand, firing not less than 20 
shots; and any soldier on the rolls of the company on April 1, 
1899, who has not done this, will be expected to do so before the 
close of the target season. These men will be designated as 
fourth-class marksmen, but no decorations will be issued for this 
grade. They will not be classed as " efficients." Company com- 
manders will see that all instruction necessary to accomplish this 
result is given. 

(c) Detachments on their way to or from the rifle range should 
wear fatigue uniform. Ammunition should be carried in the web 
belt or cartridge box. 

(d) Except in the branches of the service specified in paragraph 
III., section (/), no warrants will be issued to enlisted men who 
have failed to qualify as third-class marksmen or better. 

(e) No enlisted man will be sent to the range until he has been 
taught how to aim the rifle or carbine standing and prone, how to 
adjust and use the sights, and how to pass the trigger without de- 
ranging the aim. In this preliminary instruction, Part 1, chapters 
1, 2 and 3, of " Blunt's Firing Regulations for Small Arms," will 
be followed. The prescribed positions for firing standing and 
lying prone will be taught ; other positions may be taught. This 
elementary instruction will be conducted by company commanders, 
or under their immediate supervision ; they will be assisted by 
their lieutenants and non-commissioned officers. 

It is recommended that each company, troop and division pro- 
vide itself with reduced targets, with tripod, sandbag or clamp. 

Company commanders will exercise their discretion in conduct- 
ing details of individual practice at the range, bearing in mind the 
necessity of careful individual instruction, as well as that of ac- 
customing the recruit to the recoil of his weapon before commenc- 
ing record practic 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 207 

III. Conditions governing Qualification. — Original qual- 
ifications and requalifications will be recorded under the following 
conditions : — 

Hereafter the term " Requaliftcation " will only be used to designate 
requaliftcation in the highest class previously attained. 

(a) Target. — Either the regulation elliptical target of the 
United States army, or the Creedmoor target, may be used. 

(b) Positions. — At 200 yards, standing, without rest or arti- 
ficial support; at 500 yards, prone ; at 600 yards, any position. 

(c) Qualifying Scores. — The prescribed scores for qualification 
in the several classes are as follows : — 

For troops armed with the rifle : — 

Fourth class, 40 per cent of the possible score at 200 yards. 

Third class, 55 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards. 

Second class, 65 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards. 

First class, 80 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards, and 
80 per cent, of the possible score at 500 yards. 

S. S. class, 85 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards, 

88 per cent, of the possible score at 500 yards, and 
80 per cent, of the possible score at 600 yards. 
For troops armed with the carbine : — 

Fourth class, 36 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards. 

Third class, 51 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards. 

Second class, 61 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards. 

First class, 76 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards, and 
72 per cent, of the possible score at 500 yards. 

S. S. class, 81 per cent, of the possible score at 200 yards, 

80 per cent, of the possible score at 500 yards, and 
72 per cent, of the possible score at 600 yards. 

(d) Distinguished Marksmen. — This class was created for the 
purpose of giving recognition to individual work of merit ; it is not 
a class for qualification. Marksmen holding rank in it will requal- 
ify as sharpshooters. Distinguished marksmen are sharpshooters 
of record (1) who have been authorized to represent the State in 
rifle competitions, or (2) who may be mentioned in orders as the 
" first fifteen " of foot troops or the " first two " of mounted troops 
in a State general competition, or (3) who have won an individual 
trophy in a State match. 

(e) Arms. — Such as are issued by the State ; minimum trigger- 
pull, six pounds. 

(/) Exceptions. — Hereafter members of the following organ- 
izations will not be expected to qualify with the rifle or carbine, 
and no provision for ammunition will be made : — 

Ambulance Corps. Light Batteries. 

Signal Corps. Headquarters Musicians. 



208 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 

(g) Revolver Qualifications. — Officers, non-commissioned staff 
officers, headquarters orderlies and' enlisted men of commands 
entitled to be equipped with revolvers (Light Artillery, Cavalry, 
Naval Brigade) will qualify as follows, original qualifications being 
awarded by decorations, and requalifications by bars : — 

Arm, the regulation Army or Navy .38 Colt's. 

Position, standing without rest or support; arm extended; elbow 

free from body. 
Minimum trigger pull, four pounds. 
Target, that used for rifle qualifications at 200 yards. 

(h) Qualifying Scores. — Second class, 80 per cent, of the pos- 
sible score at 50 yards ; first class, 90 per cent, of the possible 
score at 50 yards. 

(£) For qualifications with the rifle or carbine, no averages will 
be computed for anything less than 20 shots at each range •, with 
the revolver, no averages will be computed for anything less than 
30 shots. 

(j) Officers and men failing to requalify within three years of 
their original qualification will be dropped from the list of " effi- 
cients." 

(fc) Practice Shooting. — Any man wishing to practice and not 
go on record may do so at any time, provided he so notifies the 
officer in charge before shooting. Unless such notice is given, every 
shot must be entered for computation of his average. 

(I) All qualifying scores will be shot in the presence of a com- 
missioned or non-commissioned officer, will be certified on honor as 
correct by such supervisors, and in every case will be countersigned 
by a commissioned officer. 

IV. Decorations for Marksmanship. — Not more than six 
medals or badges awarded for rifle work may be worn on State 
duty. Such decorations will be those issued by the State in recog- 
nition of qualifications, or awarded in matches shot under State 
orders ; save that officers and men who have won military decora- 
tions for rifle work, in matches of importance under other than 
State auspices, mny apply, through channels, for permission to in- 
clude them in the number above authorized. Officers and men 
entitled to qualify with the revolver are granted special permission 
to wear one revolver badge in addition to the six specified above. 
When not on ordered State duty, the number of decorations for 
rifle work allowed to be worn will be subject to the discretion of 
the commanding officers of organizations. Individual trophies 
become the property of the officers and men who win them. Ex- 
cept marksman's buttons, no decorations for rifle work will be 
worn on the fatigue dress. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 209 

Distinguished marksmen and sharpshooters who have received 
sleeve devices in place of marksman's buttons may obtain the 
buttons by applying to the office of the Inspector General of Rifle 
Practice through channels. 

V. Money Allowances. — Ammunition will not be issued to 
companies for rifle practice, but an allowance of $1.50 will be 
made to each member of a company armed with a rifle or carbine 
who makes 55 per cent, of the possible SGore at 200 yards, off- 
hand, firing not less than 10 shots. In revolver shooting no allow- 
ance of money or ammunition will be made. The claim for this 
allowance will be made on the annual return of rifle practice of 
each company, and the Inspector General of Rifle Practice will 
certify to the Adjutant General the amount due on such returns. 

VI. Ammunition Allowances. — An allowance of 500 rounds 
of service ammunition will be made to each headquarters, to be 
drawn from the department of the Quartermaster General. 

VII. Figure of Merit. — The standing of each company will 
be determined by the following rule : every member in service at 
the close of the target season who has made a sharpshooter's score 
during the target year, will count 5 points ; a first-class score, 4 
points ; a second-class score, 3 points ; a third-class score, 2 
points ; a fourth-class score, 1 point. 

VIII. Competitions. — The conditions governing competitions 
will be published in future orders. 

IX. Annual Returns. — The annual returns of rifle practice 
must be forwarded in time to reach the Inspector General of Rifle 
Practice not later than Nov. 10, 1899. 

Returns (on blanks later to be issued) for the quarters ending 
June 30 and September 30, will be forwarded on or before July 10 
and October 10. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, March 30, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 4. 

I. The companies of the provisional militia not hitherto assigned 
to brigades are hereby attached as follows : — 

To the First Brigade, M. V. M., the eleventh, twenty-eighth and 
twenty-ninth companies of infantry, provisional militia. 

To the Second Brigade, M. V. M., the thirtieth, thirty-first, 
thirty-second, thirty-third and thirty-fourth companies of infantry, 
provisional militia. 



210 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

These assignments, though the companies have been relieved 
from duty, are for the purpose of facilitating the muster-out of 
companies and the discharge of enlisted men. 

II. The following-named commissioned officers, having rendered 
continuous service for ten years and upwards, are, on their own 
request, placed on the retired list in accordance with the provisions 
of law : — 

Capt. Henry B. Rice, First Corps of Cadets, M. V. M., as major, 
Feb. 18, 1895. 

Capt. William H. Alline, First Corps of Cadets, M. V. M., as 
major, Feb. 27, 1899. 

First Lieut. Walter L. Bouv6, First Corps of Cadets, M. V. M., 
as captain, March 8, 1899. 

III. The Attorney General has rendered an opinion on questions 
raised, as follows : — 

(1) Does a soldier of the active militia, relieved from duty because 
he is unable (for reasons) to go into the United States service with his 
command, forfeit his standing in the active militia by enlisting in the 
provisional militia, and can such soldier rejoin his company on its return 
from the Spanish war, or must he be discharged from the provisional 
militia for re-enlistment in the active militia, and perhaps lose thereby 
his continuous service? 

Such a soldier does not forfeit his standing in the active militia by 
entering the provisional militia, but may be ordered by the Commander- 
in-Chief to rejoin his regular company on its return. His service in the 
provisional militia is subordinate to his duty in the active militia. It is 
not necessary as a prerequisite that he be discharged from the provisional 
militia. 

(2) Would the commander of an organization be warranted in dis- 
charging a soldier, relieved from duty because he could not accompany 
his company into the United States service, because he enlisted in a 
provisional company, and perhaps thus deprive him of continuous 
service ? 

This question must be answered in the negative. 

(3) Can men of the provisional militia be transferred to the active 
militia upon their application and the consent of the company com- 
manders from which and to which such transfer is desired, as is permis- 
sible with the active militia? 

For the reasons above stated, such men are subject to the orders of 
the Commander-in-Chief, and may be by him transferred to the active 
militia, either upon their application and the consent of the company 
commanders, or by the order of the Commander-in-Chief without such 
application. 

IV. Commissioned officers and enlisted men of the Fifth and 
Eighth Regiments of Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 211 

who were granted leave of absence, furloughed, or relieved from 
duty by General Orders, No. 8, from this office, dated May 18, 
1898, will rejoin their commands upon the return of these regiments 
after discharge from the United States service. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, April 15, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 5. 

I. The following is published for the information of all con- 
cerned : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, April 14, 1899. 
Executive Order. 

Peace between the United States of America and the Kingdom of 
Spain having been proclaimed by the President of these United States, 
the existence of the provisional militia called into the service of the 
Commonwealth under section 6, chapter 428, Acts of 1898, being no longer 
necessary, it is disbanded. 

The Commander-in-Chief takes opportunity to thank the officers and 
men of the provisional militia for the service rendered. 

(Signed) Roger Wolcott. 

II. In accordance with the orders of the Commander-in-Chief, 
the provisional militia is disbanded, to take effect on the fifteenth 
day of April, 1899. Discharge of officers and men will issue from 
this office. 

III. The commanders of brigades of the Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Militia will promulgate this order to the provisional militia 
affected thereby. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, May 27, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 6. 

I. The troops comprising the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia 
will hold their annual encampments for the year 1899 as follows : — 

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. Thomas R. Matthews, commanding, 
at the State camp grounds, South Framingham, August 19 to 25 
inclusive. 



212 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Second Brigade, Brig. Gen. W. A. Bancroft, commanding, 
August 3 to 9 inclusive ; place to be named later. 

First Corps of Cadets, Hingham, July 9 to 15 inclusive. The 
annual drill of this command will take place at Hingham, July 8. 

Second Corps of Cadets, at Boxford, August 12 to 18 inclusive. 

Naval Brigade, commencing September 6, for seven days, to con- 
form to orders of Navy Department. 

II. Capt. Myles Standish, commanding the Ambulance Corps, 
will make two details of his command, with such officers as he may 
deem necessary, for duty with the First and Second Brigades at 
encampments. 

III. Troops will arrive in camp in season to pitch their camps. 
Commanding officers will detail an officer as commissar} 7 , who 

shall be prepared to issue rations to companies. Cooks will be de- 
tailed from companies, and caterers' or laborers' help will not be 
allowed. A plan of ration issue is being formulated, and will be 
promulgated later. All troops will perform duty under this order in 
campaign uniform, and all baggage will be reduced to the minimum. 

IV. Mattresses or bedding will not be kept in mess halls dur- 
ing the day. 

V. No enlisted man will be returned for pay unless enlisted 
thirty days before the tour of duty, excepting in case of re-enlist- 
ments. 

VI. Brigade commanders are hereby ordered to assume control 
of the State camp ground (excepting the arsenal and buildings 
immediately adjoining) on the day prior to the encampment of 
their respective commands, if they desire, but without pay. 
Proper details will be made for guarding all property, and the 
provost guard will guard all buildings, hospitals and property the 
day preceding the camp, and infantry details will perform this 
duty during camp. 

They will detail a provost guard, and from each battalion, un- 
attached company of cavalry and artillery the quartermaster and 
the quartermaster sergeant, for duty on the day preceding the en- 
campments. Troops arriving in camp on the day preceding the 
date of encampment will be under orders of the brigade command- 
ers, and enlisted men will not leave camp without a pass. Brigade 
commanders will also detail a staff officer to attend to embarking 
and disembarking troops at depots in Boston and South Framing- 
ham, on the first and fifth days at camp,* who shall forward a de- 
tailed report of the same through channels to this office. 

They will issue stringent orders relative to care of quarters and 
uniform arrangement of the same, and extra and useless baggage 

• See General Orders, No. 7, paragraph VII., current series. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 213 

and boxes will not be allowed in quarters, and brigade orders will 
give the maximum of baggage to be allowed. 

The judge advocate of each brigade is hereby ordered during the 
encampments to exercise jurisdiction under section 110, chapter 
367 of the Acts of 1893. 

VII. Requisitions for quartermasters' supplies will not be re- 
ceived or filled in camp except in cases of special emergency, and 
the practice of delaying requisitions until arrival in camp will be 
discontinued. 

VIII. Bills for transportation of all horses for headquarters, 
approved by the commanding officer, with accompanying vouchers, 
will be forwarded immediately upon the completion of duty, and 
will be paid through the paymaster. Vouchers must accompany 
each bill for horse transportation, but bills will not be forwarded 
for horses ridden to or from camp by officers; and, where horses 
are delivered on the camp ground in lots, the full allowance for 
transportation will not be asked for, but a reasonable amount for 
such transportation. 

IX. The veterinary surgeons of each brigade will thoroughly 
inspect all horses reported for duty, and they are authorized to re- 
ject horses unfit for service, and order that they shall not be re- 
turned for allowance on bills or pay rolls. If possible, they will 
inspect the horses for artillery and cavalry prior to their leaving 
their home posts. If it is necessary, in order to accomplish this, 
to have the duty performed the day before camp, the veterinary 
surgeons will perform this duty on those days, and be returned on 
pay rolls for extra duty. 

X. The horses of officers and enlisted men for which allowance 
is made will not be ridden by civilians under any consideration 
whatever, and all racing and over-driving is strictly prohibited. 

XI. Officers of the guard will, as soon as guard is mounted, 
take an inventory of all State property — uniforms, arms, equip- 
ments, etc. — which each enlisted man of his guard has ; and before 
dismissing his guard, on being relieved by the new guard, will see 
that every man has all property he reported ; and in case of loss 
will at once report it to the Quartermaster General, and will make 
entry on guard book of losses or no loss. Reports of loss of 
property on guard means inefficient guard officers. The guard 
quarters and the grounds around the same will be kept clean by 
the guard each day. 

XII. Brigade commanders will make such rules as to passes 
for citizens as they may deem best for the interests of the service, 
and are hereby authorized to designate visiting days, if in their 
judgment it is best. 



214 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Passes for enlisted men to leave camp will not be given except 
in urgent cases, and all enlisted men found outside of camp with- 
out authority will be arrested and at once court-martialed. 

Returns of absentees, which must be properly filled out, with 
recommendations for action, in full, — and none will be returned 
without such recommendations, — will be forwarded with pay rolls 
to the Adjutant General. Captains of companies will see that no 
man is recommended for discharge who has not been properly 
notified of the tour of duty. 

XIII. The Inspector General will detail officers of his depart- 
ment to attend the above camps and report on the same. Such 
officers detailed will report at the camp for duty at 10 o'clock a.m., 
to note the arrival of troops, the manner of pitching camp, and 
the performance of the routine duty. 

XIV. All commissioned officers of infantry will be permitted 
to wear the white insignias and stripes when all officers of the 
regimental or battalion organizations procure them pending the 
decision of the War Department relative to the change of insig- 
nias. Non-commissioned officers of regiments and battalions may 
likewise wear the white chevrons and stripes when all procure 
them. For the present, blue chevrons and stripes will only be 
issued to enlisted men. 

XV. As dress coats have been discarded for the present, per- 
mission is hereby granted to wear on the blouse all medals author- 
ized in previous orders and no others. Corps badges may be worn 
on the right side of campaign hat or forage cap of either the war 
of the rebellion or the Spanish war. 

Provision is already made for service chevrons in time of war 
and no others will be worn. 

XVI. On the recommendation of the Surgeon General, exam- 
inations of recruits will take place twice each month in the 
First, Second, Fifth, Sixth and P^ighth Regiments of Infantry, 
the Naval Brigade, the First and Second Corps of Cadets, First 
Battalion of Cavalry, First Battalion of Artillery, and once each 
month in Batteries A, F, Cavalry, Signal and Ambulance Corps. 

Commanding officers will detail medical officers to perform this 
duty. Special duty pay and mileage will be allowed. 

The examinations will be under the supervision of the Surgeon 
General, who has prepared the following instructions, and medical 
officers will be governed by them in examinations. The Surgeon 
General will issue full regulations in pamphlet form later. 

1. Less height than five feet four inches, should reject (height taken 
in stocking feet). 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 215 

2. A chest measurement less than thirty-two inches at the termina- 
tion of normal expiration, should reject. 

3. A difference between expiration and inspiration of less than two 
inches, should reject. 

4. Weight less than one hundred and twenty pounds, and greater 
than two hundred and ten pounds, infantry and artillery, and greater 
than one hundred and seventy pounds, cavalry and light artillery, should 
reject. 

5. No man should be enlisted under eighteen nor more than forty- 
five years of age. 

6. The loss of the sight of an eye should reject. Permanent defects 
of one or both eyes, which impair the vision for proper marksmanship, 
sentry duty, etc., should reject; however, any defect in vision that can 
be corrected, need not reject. For signal service duty and naval bri- 
gade men, color blindness should always reject. 

7. A degree of permanent deafness that may prevent the proper 
reception of the countersign, should reject. 

8. Defective articulation that may prevent giving proper alarm and 
the countersign, should reject. 

9. Chronic rheumatism, should reject; any history or evidence of 
this disease should cause final rejection. 

10. Repeated attacks of acute rheumatism, should reject. 

11. Repeated attacks of sciatica, should reject, if associated with 
rheumatism or gouty diathesis. 

12. Chronic bronchitis, if complicated with asthma or emphysima, 
should reject. 

13. Repeated attacks of pleurisy should reject. 

14. Asthma, if complicated with chronic bronchitis, should reject. 

15. Chronic persistent laryngitis, should reject. 

16. Tuberculosis, — evidence of this disease in the lungs or joints, or 
other important portions of the body, should reject. 

17. Disease of bone, — caries, necrosis and other diseases of bone, 
should reject. 

18. Bright's disease, should reject. 

19. Aneurism, should reject. 

20. Valvular disease of the heart, should reject. 

21. Persistent, painful and prolapsed hemorrhoids, should reject; 
nor should one be accepted who has chronic prolapse of any portions 
of the rectal structure. 

22. Fistula-in-ano, should reject. 

23. Hernia, irreducible, — irreducible hernia, of whatever variety, 
should reject. 

24. A large hydrocele of any variety should cause temporary rejec- 
tion ; if relieved by treatment, it need not finally reject. 

25. Cystitis, should reject. 

26. Persistent jaundice, should reject. 

27. Varicose veins, — varicose veins of extremities, if amenable to 
treatment, need not reject. 

28. Epilepsy, should reject. 



216 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

29. Appendicitis, — repeated attacks of appendicitis, should reject. 

30. Flat-foot, — flat-foot, if extreme, should reject. 

31. Loss of digits, — loss of thumb or any two fingers of a hand, 
should reject. 

32. Glycosuria, — continued presence of sugar in the urine, should 
reject. 

33. Disfigurements, deformities, etc., — a disfigurement or deformity 
constituting a well-marked blemish of soldierly appearance, should 
reject. 

34. There are numerous diseases and conditions not mentioned in the 
foregoing which should reject at once. Medical officers will act on the 
line of inquiry designated, in a discreet and intelligent manner. 

XVII. Company commanders will at once make application 
for discharge of all enlisted men who failed to pass the physical 
examination required, when they presented themselves for accept- 
ance in the organizations that were mustered into the U.S. volun- 
teer army for the war with Spain. Exceptions may be made where 
the physical disabilities do not now exist. 

XVIII. Requisitions and receipts intended for the files of the 
Quartermaster General will not be numbered, but vouchers accom- 
panying semi-annual returns will be numbered in regular order. 

XIX. The following-named commissioned officer, having ren- 
dered continuous service in the militia of the Commonwealth for 
a period of more than twenty-three years, is on his own request 
placed on the retired list, in accordance with the provisions of 
law : — 

Maj. William L. Richardson, surgeon, First Corps of Cadets, as 
lieutenant colonel, April 22, 1899. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, July 1, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 7. 

I. The Second Brigade, M. V. M., Brig. Gen. Wm. A. Ban- 
croft, commanding, will perform its annual camp duty at the State 
camp ground, South Framingham, on August 3 to 9 inclusive. 

II. The First Regiment of Heavy Artillery, Col. Charles Pfaff , 
commanding, will perform its annual camp duty at Fort Rodman, 
New Bedford, August 12 to 18 inclusive. Requisitions will be 
forwarded for camp equipage required. 

III. Commanding officers of organizations of the militia who 
have not been fully equipped will at once make requisition for a 
full complement, including Buzzacott ovens. Haversacks, can- 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 217 

teens, canteen straps, mess kits and knapsacks will not be issued. 
They will also require for web belts, woollen and rubber blankets. 
Overcoats, woollen blankets and rubber blankets will be kept in 
original packages, and issued for duty only. Overcoats and 
woollen blankets will receive proper care as to cleanliness and 
freedom from moths. Rubber blankets will be kept in a cool 
place. 

IV. Losses of overcoats, woollen or rubber blankets or parts 
of cooking outfit, will not be resupplied, and such losses will be 
replaced by the companies at their expense. 

V. As soon as web belts are received, leather belts and cart- 
ridge boxes will at once be forwarded by freight to the State 
arsenal, properly marked with contents, and from whom. In- 
voices will be forwarded to this office. One leather belt will be re- 
tained for company musician, where companies have them ; one 
will be required for companies having no belts with the web belts. 

VI. All officers of the militia have permission to wear the U. S. 
Army regulation Khaki uniform when ordered on duty in cam- 
paign uniform, when all the commissioned officers of each brigade, 
regiment, battalion or cadet corps procure them. U. S. regula- 
tions for these uniforms will be strictly adhered to, but the United 
States or State coat-of-arms will not be worn. 

VII. Paragraph VI. of General Orders, No. 6, dated May 27, 
relative to embarkation and disembarkation of troops, is hereby 
amended to read " first and last days of camp." 

VIII. Brigade commanders will assume command of the camp 
ground the day preceding camps, and will make return of the 
same on pay rolls. 

As proper equipment cannot be procured in time for camps, 
General Order, No. 6, relative to issue of rations and caterers, is 
hereby rescinded. 

Companies will provide their rations, cook and serve them when 
feasible. Companies will provide their table ware, and, if field 
ovens are required, requisitions should be made for the same for use 
at camps. 

The following ration has been recommended by the Surgeon 
General, and is published as a basis on which companies may pro- 
vide camp rations : — 



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ARTICLES. 



Quantities per 
Ration. 



Meat Components. 

Fresh beef, 

Or fresh mutton, when the cost does not exceed that of 

beef, 

Or pork, 

Or bacon, 

Or salt beef, 

Or, when meat cannot be furnished, dried fish, 

Or pickled fish, 

Or fresh fish, 

Or salmon (canned), 

Bread Components. 

Flour, 

Or soft bread 

Or hard bread, 

Or corn meal, ......... 

Baking powder for troops in the field, when necessary, 
to enable them to bake their own bread, . 

Vegetable Components. 

Beans, 

Or peas, 

Or rice, 

Or hominy, 

Potatoes, 

Or potatoes, 12| ounces, and onions, 2>\ ounces ; or po- 
tatoes, 11£ ounces, and canned tomatoes, 4-g ounces; 
or 4| ounces of other fresh vegetables, not canned, 
when they can be obtained in the vicinity of the post, 
or transported in a wholesome condition from a dis- 
tance, 

Coffee and Sugar Components. 

Coffee, green, 

Or roasted coffee, 

Or tea, green or black, 

Sugar 

Or molasses, 

Or cane syrup, 

Seasoning Components. 

Vinegar, 

Salt 

Pepper, black, 

Soap and Candle Components. 

Soap 

Candles (when illuminating oil is not furnished by the 
Quartermaster's department), . . . . . 
In addition to the above, milk, eggs and butter. 



Ounces. 

20 

20 
12 
12 
22 
14 
18 
18 
18 



18 
18 
16 
20 



2 2 
2f 
if 

If 
16 



16 



ft 

n 






Gills. 






Acting commissary officers will note the rationing and cooking 
by troops, making a full report through channels of rations issued, 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 219 

manner of cooking, cost of same, and such recommendations as to 
rations to be issued by the Commonwealth another year. 

The following-named commissioned officers, having rendered 
continuous service in the militia of the Commonwealth for a period 
of ten years and upwards, are on their own request retired : — 

Capt. Reuben W. Ropes, Second Corps of Cadets, as captain, 
June 3, 1899. 

Capt. Henry L. Kincaid, Company K, Fifth Infantry, as captain, 
June 22, 1899. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant- General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, July 8, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 8. 

I. The following is published for the information of the mili- 
tia : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, July 5, 1899. 

The following-named officer is hereby appointed Inspector General 
of Rifle Practice, with rank of colonel, to take date from July 1, 1899 : — 
Col. James A. Frye, Assistant Inspector General. 

(Signed) Roger Wolcott, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

II. Col. James A. Frye, having been duly commissioned and 
qualified, will be obeyed and respected accordingly. Col. James 
T. Soutter is hereby relieved from duty as Acting Inspector 
General of Rifle Practice. 

III. Col. Harry E. Converse, Acting Quartermaster General, 
is assigned to duty at the camps of the First and Second Brigades. 
He will assume charge of all issues of camp and garrison equipage. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Aug. 10, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 9. 

I. In recognition of the service rendered by the Massachusetts 
Militia, General Orders, No. 12, dated May 2, 1896, are hereby 
amended so as to permit the wearing of the diagonal half chevron, 
indicating war service, by non-commissioned officers, privates and 
musicians. These stripes will be one-eighth of an inch wide, for 



220 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

artillery white and for all other corps red, and will be worn on 
each sleeve, as provided in said order. When the stripes of the 
color only are worn, they will be placed one-half inch apart, so as 
to admit the placing between of the five-year service chevron, when 
the wearer, by length of service, becomes entitled thereto. 

II. The following distinctive insignia for paymasters of the 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia is hereby published for the infor- 
mation of all concerned : — 



Paymasters' Department. 

Insignia. — A diamond embroidered in silver, or made of silver 
metal, in exact imitation of silver embroidery, diagonal, in size 
three-quarters of an inch by one inch, the shorter diagonal parallel 
to the line of shoulders, to be placed as follows : — 

For Officers below the Rank of Colonel. — For each shoulder knot 
a diamond of the pattern above described, placed upon the centre 
of the pad, the shorter diagonal parallel to the line of shoulders. 

For Undress Coat. — The same device, embroidered in gold or 
of gold or gilt metal, in exact imitation of gold embroidery, to be 
worn on the collar, placed with shorter diagonal vertical. 

III. Requisitions on the Quartermaster General forwarded to 
this office are not to be numbered, but will be endorsed with the 
name and title of requiring officer, and the company and other 
designation, on both original and duplicate requisition. 

IV. The following-named commissioned officers, having ren- 
dered continuous service for ten years and upwards, are, on their 
own request, placed on the retired list, as of the date and the rank 
set against each in accordance with the provisions of law : — 

Capt. Reuben W. Ropes, Second Corps of Cadets, as captain, 
June 3, 1899. 

Capt. Henry L. Kincaid, Company K, Fifth Infantry, as captain, 
June 22, 1899. 

Maj. Reuben A. Whipple, Second Infantry, as lieutenant 
colonel, July 25, 1899. 

Capt. Henry McDonald, Company B, Second Infantry, as 
major, July 26, 1899. 

Capt. Charles Williamson, Company I, First Heavy Artillery, 
as major, July 2G, 1899. 

First Lieut. H. Lincoln Chase, Fifth Infantry, as first lieuten- 
ant, July 26, 1899. 

V. Returns of elections will be made seasonably to avoid the 
inconvenience resulting from such returns being received immedi- 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 221 

ately upon the meeting of the examining board, and to give time 
sufficient for the preparation of commissions and other papers 
necessary. The attention of officers ordering elections is called 
to this paragraph. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth op Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Aug. 19, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 10. 

I. The following is published for the information of the 

militia : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, Aug. 18, 1899. 

Company M, Naval Brigade, located in Gloucester, and commanded 
by Lieut. Wm, C. O'Brien as chief of company, organized under the 
Acts of 1898, having been reported by the chief of the Naval Brigade 
and Inspector General as below the required standard of efficiency, and 
its services being no longer required, is hereby disbanded, under the 
provisions of section 5 of the act cited. 

The Adjutant General will issue an order of disbandment, and take 
the necessary precaution for the recovery of military property in pos- 
session of the company. 

(Signed) Roger Wolcott, 

Commander-in- Chief. 

II. Company M, Naval Brigade, is hereby disbanded. Honor- 
able discharges for officers and men will be issued from this office. 
Capt. John W. Weeks, commanding Naval Brigade, will at once 
take possession of all United States and State property for which 
the commanding officer of Company M is responsible, and have 
the same property packed and forwarded by freight to the State 
arsenal, sending invoices of the same to this office. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Sept. 1, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 11. 

On recommendation of Col. James A. Frye, Inspector General 
of Rifle Practice, the following regulations governing small-arms 
qualifications and competitions are published for the information 



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and guidance of the militia, all conflicting provisions of earlier 
orders hereby being revoked : — 

I. Season for Range Work. — The qualification period for 
1899 is extended one month, closing on Thursday, November 30. 
Qualification returns will be filed in the office of the Inspector Gen- 
eral of Rifle Practice on or before Saturday, December 9. Failure 
in absolute compliance with this regulation will involve the stop- 
page of money allowances for qualifications. 

II. Rifle and Carbine Qualifications. — The prescribed 
scores for qualification are as below noted. Each score shall be 
of five shots, with a possible total of 25 points. Strings of five 
consecutive shots already recorded under the provisions of para- 
graph III. (c), General Orders, No. 3, A. G. O., current series, 
which satisfy the below requirements, may be turned in accord- 
ingly. Officers and enlisted men of cavalry, firing with the carbine 
for qualification, shall be allowed one point on each score at 200 
yards, and two points on each score at the longer ranges. Other 
conditions remain as prescribed in existing orders. 



Class. 


200 Yards. 


500 Yards. 


600 Yards. 


Third 

Sharpshooter, .... 


Two scores of 15. 
Two scores of 18. 
Two scores of 21. 
Two scores of 22. 


Two scores of 21. 
Two scores of 23. 


Two scores of 21. 



III. Revolver Qualifications. — The prescribed scores for 
qualification are as below noted. Each score shall be of six shots, 
with a possible total of 30 points. Strings of six consecutive 
shots already recorded under the provisions of paragraph III. (h) , 
General Orders, No. 3, A. G. O., current series, which satisfy the 
below requirements, may be turned in accordingly. Other condi- 
tions remain as prescribed in existing orders. 



Second Class, . 
First Class, 



Two scores of 25. 
Two scores of 28. 



IV. State General Competition. — Teams from regiments 
and battalions of infantry, each troop of cavalry, the First Heavy 
Artillery and the Naval Brigade, will compete at Walnut Hill Range 
on Tuesday, October 24. Team entries, with names of captain 
and contestants, will be filed by commanding officers with the In- 
spector General of Rifle Practice on or before Saturday, October 21. 

Conditions for Foot Troops. — Teams of fifteen, officers or men. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 223 

Scores, ten shots each at 200 and 500 yards, with one sighting shot 
at each distance. Prizes : to the winning team, the " Tri-Color," 
with a trophy for regimental headquarters ; to the second team, a 
trophy for regimental headquarters ; individual decorations for the 
fifteen ranking scores made by sharpshooters of record who never 
have won a State prize ; mention in orders, and a trophy cup, for 
the fifteen ranking competitors, without regard to class. 

Conditions for Cavalry. — Teams of ten, officers or men. Scores, 
fifteen shots at 200 yards, with one sighting shot. Prizes : to the 
winning team, the " Guidon Trophy," with a further trophy to 
become the property of the troop ; individual decorations for the 
two ranking scores made by sharpshooters of record who never 
have won a State prize ; mention in orders, with a trophy cup, for 
the two ranking competitors, without regard to class. 

Pay and transportation will be allowed for teams, and for officers 
and enlisted men on special duty under orders at the competition. 
Further details will be published in later orders. 

V. Corps Competitions. — At the discretion of commanding 
officers of regiments and battalions of infantry, the First Heavy 
Artillery and Naval Brigade, corps competitions may be held at 
any date before the close of the season for range work. Notice of 
place and date will be filed in such cases with the Inspector General 
of Rifle Practice one week prior to the event. Reports of such 
competitions, giving all scores in shot for shot detail, will be for- 
warded within a period of twenty-four hours thereafter. No spe- 
cial corps competition will be ordered for the cavalry. 

Conditions. — Teams of ten, officers or men, from each company, 
battery or division. Scores, ten shots at 200 yards, with one sight- 
ing shot. Prizes : for the three ranking teams of each regiment, 
each a trophy ; for the two ranking teams of the Naval Brigade, 
each a trophy ; for the ranking team of each Corps of Cadets, a 
trophy. 

Transportation will be allowed for teams, and for officers and 
enlisted men on special duty under orders. Prior to competitions, 
lists of special duty details will be submitted for approval to the 
Inspector General of Rifle Practice by commanding officers. 

VI. Money Allowances. — An allowance of $1.50 will be 
made for each officer or enlisted man of companies, batteries, 
troops or divisions, armed with the rifle or carbine, who, having 
qualified or requalified during the current season for range work, 
remains in the service on November 30. 

VII. Requalifications. — Marksmen of record requalifying in 
lower classes will retain the designation of their highest previous 
grade, but in computing the figure of merit for their commands, 



224 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

only the actual value of their requalification scores will be credited. 
The use of the symbol " R" to denote requalification will be dis- 
continued, scores actually made being recorded against marksmen 
of all classes. 

VIII. Figure of Merit. — Commands will be ranked for effi- 
ciency in marksmanship on the following basis : for each officer or 
enlisted man in service on November 30, who has made during the 
current season a sharpshooter's score, five points will be credited ; 
a first-class score, four points ; a second-class score, three points ; 
a third-class score, two points ; and for each officer or enlisted 
man who has shot two five-shot scores without qualifying in any 
class, one point. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Sept. 13, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 12. 

I. The militia will perform its annual drill, as required by law, 
at Boston, on Monday, Oct. 9, 1899. 

II. Brig. Gen. Thomas R. Mathews, commanding First Bri- 
gade, M. V. M., will report with his brigade on north side of Com- 
monwealth Avenue, right resting at Arlington Street, at 11 o'clock 
a.m. on the above date. 

III. Brig. Gen. William A. Bancroft, commanding Second 
Brigade, M. V. M., will report with his command on the south side 
of Commonwealth Avenue, right resting at Arlington Street, at 11 
o'clock a.m., October 9. 

IV. Capt. John W. Weeks, commanding Naval Brigade, M.V.M., 
will report with his command on Beacon Street, right resting at 
corner of Arlington Street, at 11 o'clock a.m., October 9. 

V. Lieut. Col. Thomas F. Edmands, commanding First Corps 
of Cadets, having performed the duty of annual drill and having 
volunteered for this duty, will report with his command on Beacon 
Street, right resting on left of Naval Brigade, at 11 o'clock a.m., 
October 9. 

VI. Lieut. Col. Walter F. Peck, commanding Second Corps of 
Cadets, M. V. M., will report with his command on Beacon Street, 
right resting on left of First Corps of Cadets, at 11 o'clock a.m., 
October 9. 

VII. Capt. Myles Standish, commanding Ambulance Corps, 
will report on Beacon Street, right resting on left of Second Corps 
of Cadets, at 11 o'clock a.m., October 9. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 225 

VIII. All commands will parade in fatigue uniform of blue 
with campaign hats in place of fatigue caps ; overcoats to be 
rolled in yoke. Companies will provide the coat straps of russet 
leather, same width as heretofore issued. 

All foot troops will report with haversacks, canteens and dippers ; 
also one ration, to be carried in haversacks ; dipper will be hung 
to strap of haversack. 

Troops will be rationed at the hour named by brigade and sep- 
arate commanders, but troops will not be allowed to leave the line 
for rations. Arrangements for hot coffee should be made, and 
precaution taken that all horses are watered before the troops march. 

All mounted enlisted men will attach haversack and canteen to 
saddle ; canteen on right, haversack on left side of saddle. 

IX. All commissioned officers will be held personally respon- 
sible for their commands, and no enlisted men will leave the 
ranks, or be excused, except for urgent reasons. 

X. All troops will be in readiness to move promptly at 12.30 
o'clock over the following route : Arlington to Beacon, to Charles, 
to Boylston, to Washington, to Summer, to High, to Congress, to 
Milk, to Broad, to State, to Court, toTremont, to Beacon, passing 
in review before the Commander-in-Chief at the State House to 
Beacon Street gate of Common, where troops will be massed, 
and the colors of the Spanish war carried from the Commonwealth 
by the six regiments of Massachusetts Infantry, U. S. Volunteers, 
will be officially turned over to the Commonwealth. At the con- 
clusion of the formation of the division line, commanding officers 
of the six infantry regiments and Naval Brigade will be ordered 
to the front and centre of the division, with the color bearers 
bearing the war flags, when order will be given to salute the 
colors. At the conclusion of the salute, officers and colors will 
face about, and, commencing with the senior commanding officer, 
each will turn over his colors to the Commander-in-Chief. The 
colors turned over will be escorted to the State House with the 
Commander-in-Chief by a detail of troops. At the conclusion of 
the ceremony on the Common the commands will be dismissed and 
at once return to home stations. Men will not appear on street in 
uniforms after dismissal at armories. 

XI. The Surgeon General will make such arrangements as he 
deems proper for the proper care of troops, and forward ambulance 
to Boston. 

Troops will arrange their transportation ; mileage will be paid 
on pay rolls. 

Brig. Gen. James L. Carter, Inspector General, will make 
assignments of inspection officers. 



226 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPOET. [Jan. 

Col. H. E. Converse, Acting Quartermaster General, will confer 
with brigade commanders and make sanitary arrangements ; also 
provision for watering horses. 

Requisitions will at once be forwarded for haversacks, canteens 
and dippers for enlisted men of the six regiments of infantry. 

Brigade commanders will assign staff officers to railroad stations, 
to note the embarking, disembarking and conduct of troops. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Sept. 29, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 13. 

I. His Excellency the Governor and Commander-in-Chief will 
command the militia on the march, October 9. Headquarters will 
be established at 11.30 a.m., on Arlington Street, opposite Com- 
monwealth Avenue. Troops will be in readiness to move promptly 
at 12.30 p. m. When the head of the column arrives at State 
House, Brig. Gen. Thomas R. Mathews, commanding First Bri- 
gade, M. V. M., will take command of the militia, passing in review 
before the Commander-in-Chief and proceeding to Boston Common, 
taking charge of formation and ceremonies of turning over the war 
colors. 

II. First Brigade will enter the Common by the Charles Street 
gate, and Second Brigade and all other troops by gate corner of 
Beacon and Charles streets. 

III. Troops will be formed ten files front, guides additional, 
and will march in that formation, when possible. 

IV. General Mathews will detail one company from each of 
the six infantry regiments and Naval Brigade as escort to the Com- 
mander-in-Chief and the war colors ; also a commanding officer 
and such staff as he may deem best. This command will report 
front and centre of line at conclusion of ceremonies, and proceed 
by way of Charles and Beacon streets gate to State House, after 
which General Mathews will dismiss the troops. 

V. Gen. T. R. Mathews will detail a mounted color bearer from 
the First Brigade to report to the Adjutant General at 12 o'clock 
noon on Arlington Street, and a band leader for the consolidated 
band. Color bearer will provide socket on stirrup for colors. 
General Mathews is also authorized to make plans of formations 
and details of ceremonies, and forward the same to commanding 
officers, and to call meetings of commanding officers of brigades 
and battalions prior to October 9, if he deems it necessary. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 227 

VI. Troops will be mustered for pay prior to 12.30 on Oc- 
tober 9. 

VII. So much of General Order as prohibited troops from oc- 
cupying the park on Commonwealth Avenue is hereby rescinded. 

VJII. Brig. Gen. Wm. A. Bancroft, commanding Second Bri- 
gade, M. V. M., will detail a mounted bugler to report to the Adju- 
tant General at 12 o'clock noon on Arlington Street. 

IX. Paragraph 10, General Orders, No. 12, A. G. O., dated 
Sept. 13, 1899, is amended to read as follows : The troops will be 
in readiness to move promptly at 12.30 p.m. over the following 
route : Arlington to Beacon, to Charles, to Boylston, to Tremont, 
to Winter, to Summer, to High, to Congress, to Milk, to Broad, to 
State (north side Old State House), to Washington, to School, to 
Beacon, to Common. 

X. The war colors will be placed in rear of color companies 
with guard. Regimental and battalion colors will parade with 
color company in their usual position. 

On the march, commands will take only regulation distance, and 
any break in column will be immediately reported to commanding 
officer. 

XI. If weather requires overcoats to be worn, capes will be 
hooked back outside, and equipments will be worn outside of over- 
coat. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Opfice, Boston, Sept. 29, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 14. 

I. The following is published for the information of the 

militia : — 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, Sept. 29, 1899. 

Upon reports and endorsements received, it appears that Company B, 
Eighth Regiment of Infantry, Second Brigade, M. V. M., has fallen be- 
low the proper standard, and, having been given an opportunity to re- 
establish itself in the militia and failed to do so, let an order be issued 
disbanding said company. 

(Signed) Roger Wolcott, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

II. Company B, Eighth Regiment of Infantry, Second Brigade, 
M. V. M., is hereby disbanded. Honorable discharges for officers 
and men will be issued from this office. 



228 ADJUTANT GENERALS REPORT. [Jan. 

III. Lieut. Col. E. W. M. Bailey, Eighth Regiment of In- 
fantry, will take possession of all books and papers ; also property 
of the United States or State that may be in possession of Com- 
pany B, and forward the same to the State arsenal. 

IV. Commanders of brigades, regiments and battalions of the 
militia will make requisitions from time to time, as may be neces- 
sary, for the blanks requisite for the use of the organizations at- 
tached to their commands, and no blanks will be issued from this 
office otherwise, except as required by law. Application by com- 
pany commanders will be made to the headquarters of the com- 
mands to which their companies are attached. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Oct. 6, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 15. 

I. General Orders, No. 12, A. G. O., dated Sept. 13, 1899, 
and General Orders, No. 13, A. G. O., dated Sept. 29, 1899, are 
hereby amended as follows, in order to take part in the reception 
to Admiral George Dewey : — 

II. His Excellency the Governor and Commander-in-Chief will 
command the militia on the march October 14. Headquarters will 
be established at 11 a.m. on Arlington Street, opposite Common- 
wealth Avenue. Troops will be in readiness to move promptly at 
12 m., and will be formed twelve files front, in addition to guides, 
and march in that formation, when possible. When the head of 
the column arrives at State House, Brig. Gen. Thomas R. 
Mathews, commanding First Brigade, M. V. M., will take com- 
mand of the militia, passing in review before the Commander-in- 
Chief and Admiral Dewey, and proceeding to Boston Common, 
take charge of formation and ceremonies of turning over the war 
colors. 

III. First Brigade will enter the Common by the Charles Street 
gate, and Second Brigade and all other troops by gate corner of 
Beacon and Charles streets. 

IV. Brig. Gen. Thomas R. Mathews, commanding First Bri- 
gade, M. V. M., will report with his brigade on south side of 
Commonwealth Avenue, right resting at Arlington Street, at 11 
o'clock a.m., on October 14. 

V. Brig. Gen. AVilliam A. Bancroft, commanding Second Bri- 
gade, M. V. M., will report with his command on north side of 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 229 

Commonwealth Avenue, right resting at Arlington Street, at 11 
o'clock a.m., October 14. 

VI. Capt. John W. Weeks, commanding Naval Brigade, 
M. V. M., will report with his command on Beacon Street, right 
resting at corner of Arlington Street, at 11 o'clock a.m., October 14. 

VII. Lieut. Col. Thomas F. Edmands, commanding First 
Corps of Cadets, having performed the duty of annual drill and 
having volunteered for this duty, will report with his command on 
Beacon Street, right resting on left of Naval Brigade, at 11 o'clock 
a.m., October 14. 

VIII. Lieut. Col. Walter F. Peck, commanding Second Corps 
of Cadets, M. V. M., will report with his command on Beacon 
Street, right resting on left of First Corps of Cadets, at 11 o'clock 
a.m., October 14. 

IX. Capt. Myles Standish, commanding Ambulance Corps, 
will report on Beacon Street, right resting on left of Second Corps 
of Cadets, at 11 o'clock a.m., October 14. 

X. All commands will parade in fatigue uniform of blue, with 
campaign hats in place of fatigue caps ; overcoats to be rolled in 
yoke. Companies will provide the coat straps of russet leather, 
same width as heretofore issued. 

All troops will report with haversacks, canteens and dippers, 
also one ration to be carried in haversacks ; dipper will be hung 
to strap of haversack. 

XL Troops will be rationed at the hour named by brigade and 
separate commanders, but troops will not be allowed to leave the 
line for rations. Arrangements for hot coffee should be made, 
and precautions taken that all horses are watered before the troops 
march. 

XII. All mounted enlisted men will attach haversack and 
canteen to saddle ; canteen on right, haversack on left side of 
saddle. 

XIII. All commissioned officers will be held personally re- 
sponsible for their commands, and no enlisted men will leave the 
ranks, or be excused, except for urgent reasons. 

XIV. Troops will move over the following route : Arlington to 
Beacon, to Charles, to Boylston, to Tremont, to Winter, to Sum- 
mer, to High, to Congress, to Milk, to India, to State (north side 
Old State House), to Washington, to School, to Beacon, passing 
in review before the Commander-in-Chief and Admiral Dewey at 
the State House, to Beacon Street gate of Common, where troops 
will be massed, and the colors of the Spanish war, carried from 
the Commonwealth by the six regiments of Massachusetts Infantry, 
U. S. Volunteers, will be officially turned over to the Common- 



230 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

wealth. At tbe conclusion of the formation of the division line, 
commanding ollicers of the sixth infantry regiments and Naval 
Brigade will be ordered to the front and centre of the division, 
with the color bearers bearing the war flags, when order will be 
given to salute the colors. At the conclusion of the salute officers 
and colors will face about, and, commencing with the senior com- 
manding officer, each will turn over his colors to the Commander- 
in-Chief. The colors turned over will be escorted to the State 
House with the Commander-in-Chief by a detail of troops. At 
the conclusion of the ceremony on the Common the commands will 
be dismissed and at once return to home stations. Men will not 
appear on street in uniforms after dismissal at armories. 

XV. The Surgeon General will make such arrangements as he 
deems proper for the proper care of troops, and forward ambu- 
lance to Boston. 

XVI. Troops will arrange their transportation ; mileage will 
be paid on pay rolls. 

XVII. Brig. Gen. James L. Carter, Inspector General, will 
make assignments of inspection officers. 

XVIII. Col. H. E. Converse, Acting Quartermaster General, 
will confer with brigade commanders and make sanitary arrange- 
ments ; also provision for watering horses. 

XIX. Brigade commanders will assign staff officers to railroad 
stations, to note the embarking, disembarking and conduct of 
troops. 

XX. General Mathews will detail one company from each of 
the six infantry regiments and Naval Brigade as escort to the 
Commander-in-Chief and the war colors ; also a commanding officer 
and such field and staff as he may deem necessary. This command 
will report front and centre of line at conclusion of ceremonies, 
and proceed by way of Charles and Beacon streets gate to State 
House, after which General Mathews will dismiss the troops. 

XXI. The officer who is detailed to command escort to the 
colors will be ready to form battalions in accordance with rank of 
captains. Companies will be selected and the formation com- 
pleted by General Mathews before October 14. 

XXII. Gen. T. R. Mathews will detail a mounted color bearer 
from the First Brigade to report to the Adjutant General at 11 
o'clock a.m., on Arlington Street, and a band leader for the con- 
solidated band. Color bearer will provide socket on stirrup for 
colors. General Mathews is also authorized to make plans of 
formations and details of ceremonies and forward the same to com- 
manding officers, aud to call meetings of commanding officers of 
brigades and battalions prior to October 14, if he deems it neces- 
sary. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 231 

XXIII. Brig. Gen. Wm. A. Bancroft, commanding Second 
Brigade, M. V. M., will detail a mounted bugler to report to the 
Adjutant General at 11 o'clock a.m., on Arlington Street. 

XXIV. Troops will be mustered for pay prior to 12 m., on 
October 14. 

XXV. So much of General Order as prohibited troops from 
occupying the park on Commonwealth Avenue is hereby rescinded. 

XXVI. The war colors will be placed in rear of color com- 
panies, with guard. Regimental and battalion colors will parade 
with color company in their usual position. 

XXVII. On the march commands will take only regulation dis- 
tance, and any break in column will be immediately reported to 
commanding officer. 

XXVIII. If weather requires overcoats to be worn, capes will 

be hooked back outside, and equipments will be worn outside of 

overcoat. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Oct. 9, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 16. 

I. General Orders, No. 15, A. G. O., dated Oct. 6, 1899, are 
hereby amended, and the route of march is changed as follows : 
Charles Street to Park Square, to Columbus Avenue, to Massa- 
chusetts Avenue, to Tremont, to Winter. Remainder of route 
remains as published in previous orders. The change leaves out 
Boylston Street from Charles to Tremont. 

II. Dress of unmounted officers : white gloves, black fatigue 
belt worn under blouse and without leggings. White gloves and 
leggings will be worn by enlisted men. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Oct. 18, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 17. 

I. State General Competition. — The State general rifle and 
carbine competition will be held at Walnut Hill Range, on Tuesday, 
October 24, under the conditions outlined in paragraph IV, General 
Orders, No. 11, A. G. 0., current series. All officers and enlisted 



232 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

men under orders for this tour will report on the range not later 
than 9.30 a.m. A train with special cars attached will leave the 
Causeway Street station, Boston & Maine Railroad, at 8.30 a.m. 
All firing detachments, special duty details and civilian range 
employees will be under immediate command of the Inspector 
General of Rifle Practice during the progress of the competition. 

II. Special Duty Details. — The below-named details will 
report for special duty in connection with the competition : — 

Lieut. Col. O. H. Marion, Medical Director, First Brigade, with 
the brigade hospital steward, in charge of medical department; 
Lieut. Col. G. H. Benyon, A. A. G., Second Brigade, as super- 
visor at 500 yards firing point ; Maj. W. H. Brigham, A. I. G. R. 
P., First Brigade, as supervisor at 200 yards firing point; Maj. 
R. B. Edes, A. I. G. R. P., with one staff sergeant, Second Bri- 
gade, in charge of department of statistics ; Capt. J. G. White, 
First Brigade, in charge of pit at 200 yards ; Capt. F. S. Parker, 
Second Brigade, in charge of pit at 500 yards; Lieut. A. C. 
Warren, R. P. M., Fifth Infantry, with paymaster sergeant, in 
charge of muster and pay rolls ; Lieut. H. W. Sprague, Signal 
Officer, Second Brigade, with one sergeant from his corps, in 
charge of telephone communication at 200 yards ; Lieut. G. E. 
Lovett, Signal Officer, First Brigade, with one sergeant from his 
corps, in charge of telephone communication at 500 yards ; Sergt. 
G. R. Russell, N. C. S., First Heavy Artillery, in charge of target 
supplies ; all regimental and battalion inspectors of rifle practice, 
not shooting on teams or otherwise under detail, for general duties ; 
from each regiment and battalion of infantry, each troop of cavalry, 
the First Heavy Artillery and the Naval Brigade, one commis- 
sioned and one non-commissioned officer, for duty as supervisors 
and scorers, as hereinafter assigned ; from the First Heavy Artil- 
lery, one bugler. 

III. Target Assignments. — The following table indicates the 
targets assigned by lot to competing teams, as well as the teams 
with which officers and men detailed as supervisors and scorers 
will serve. Teams and scoring details will report at their proper 
firing points on arrival at the range. At 500 yards, the first divi- 
sion will comprise five teams, the second division of four teams 
holding itself in readiness to report at the firing points immedi- 
ately on the completion of the firing by the teams of the first. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



233 



Team. 


Scores, etc. 


200 Yards. 


500 Yards. 


500 Yards. 


First Artillery, . 


Troop A, 


Target 9, . 


Target 1, . 


- 


Second Infantry, 


Ninth Infantry, . 


Target 8, . 


- 


Target 1. 


Fifth Infantry, . 


Sixth Infantry, . 


Target 4, . 


Target 4, . 


- 


Sixth Infantry, . 


Second Corps Cadets, . 


Target 11, . 


- 


Target 2. 


Eighth Infantry, 


Troop F, 


Target 7, . 


- 


Target 4. 


Ninth Infantry, . 


Troop D, 


Target 5, . 


Target 3, . 


- 


Naval Brigade, . 


First Artillery, . 


Target 8, . 


Target 2, . 


- 


First Corps Cadets, . 


Naval Brigade, 


Target 10, . 


- 


Target 3. 


Second Corps Cadets, 


First Corps Cadets, 


Target 1, . 


Target 5, . 


- 


Troop A, 


Second Corps Cadets, . 


Target 6, . 


- 


- 


Troop D, . 


Fifth Infantry, . 


Target 2, . 


- 


- 


Troop F, . 


Eighth Infantry, . 


Target 12, . 


- 


- 



IV. General Provisions. — Uniform for the tour: for troops 
of the line, fatigue, with campaign hat and leggings, great coat in 
collar roll ; for cadets and Naval Brigade, at discretion of com- 
manding officers. Teams will provide their own ammunition, 
which will be brought to the range in the web belt. Teams and 
special duty details will muster for pay on the range, the senior 
officer of each team having ready the pay and assignment rolls for 
his command. Pay for field and staff officers, $4 ; line officers, 
$2.50 ; enlisted men, $2. Each team may comprise, besides its 
firing members, a captain and two substitutes, from whom coaches 
and spotters may be provided. Rations will be provided by team 
captains, or may be obtained on the range. Time limit, one min- 
ute per shot, including sighting shots. Rifles and carbines will be 
held subject to test of trigger-pull. Decisions will follow Blunt's 
Manual, so far as possible. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 19, 1899. 

General Orders, No. 18. 

I. Before a regimental court martial, pursuant to authority 
from First Brigade headquarters, by Special Orders, No. 36, cur- 
rent series, of which Lieut. Col. Charles B. Woodman, First Regi- 
ment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., was detailed to preside, which 
convened Nov. 27, 1899, in the armory of Battery H, First Regi- 
ment Heavy Artillery, were arraigned and tried : — 



234 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



(a) Priv. Eugene F. Sullivan, Battery H, First Regiment 
Heavy Artillery, M. V. M. 

Charge 1. — Drunkenness at camp at Fort Rodman, New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 

Specification 1. — In that Priv. Eugene F. Sullivan, Battery H, 
First Regiment Heav} T Artillery, M. V. M., did report and enter 
camp at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Mass., in a state of drunk- 
enness, and did persist in appearing publicly in the street of his 
battery (H) and in the quarters of his battery officers. This at 
camp at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Mass., Aug. 16, 1899, at 
about 5.30 o'clock p.m. 

Charge 2. — Disrespect to his superior officers, to the prejudice 
of good order and military discipline. 

Specification 1. — In that Priv. Eugene F. Sullivan, Battery H, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., did appear in his bat- 
tery (H) street without uniform cap, and in a state of drunkenness, 
and did disrespectfully and insolently address, after having been 
ordered to desist, and did so continue to address, his superior offi- 
cer, to wit, Capt. Walter L. Pratt, Battery H, First Regiment 
Heavy Artillery, M. V. M. This at camp at Fort Rodman, New 
Bedford, Mass., Aug. 16, 1899, at about 6 o'clock p.m. 

Specification 2. — In that Priv. Eugene F. Sullivan, Battery H, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., did enter the quarters 
of his superior officer, to wit, Capt. Walter L. Pratt, Battery H, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., and then and there, 
without proper military courtesy, and in a drunken condition, pro- 
ceed to address and continue to address said Captain Pratt in a 
disrespectful and insolent manner, after having been ordered to 
desist by said Captain Pratt. This at camp at Fort Rodman, 
New Bedford, Mass., Aug. 16, 1899, at about 6 o'clock p.m. 

Charge 3. — Refusal to obey the orders of his superior officer. 

Specification 1. — In that Priv. Eugene F. Sullivan, Battery H, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., did, on receiving the 
verbal and proper orders of Capt. Walter L. Pratt, Battery H, First 
Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., refuse to obey the same. 
This at camp at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Mass., on Aug. 16, 
1899, at about 6 o'clock p.m. 

To which the accused pleaded as follows : — 



To the specification, charge 1, . 


Ouilty. 


To the charge, 


Ouilty. 


To the specifications, charge 2, . 


Ouilty. 


To the charge, 


Ouilty. 


To the specifications, charge 3, . 


Ouilty. 


To the charge, .... 


, . . Ouilty. 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 235 

The court finds Priv. Eugene F. Sullivan, Battery H, First Reg- 
iment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., guilty. 

The court sentences Priv. Eugene F. Sullivan, Battery H, First 
Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., — 

To be publicly reprimanded by his regimental commander, and 
to be discharged from the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. 

(b) Priv. Harry E. Jones, Battery H, First Regiment Heavy 
Artillery, M. V. M. 

Charge 1. — Quitting guard, in violation of orders and the 
regulations of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. 

Specification 1. — In that Priv. Harry E. Jones, Battery H, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., being on guard, did 
quit his guard without leave from his superior officer, and failed 
to report or appear at any time during the period of guard for 
which he was ordered and detailed. This at camp at Fort Rod- 
man, New Bedford, Mass., on the eighteenth day of August, 1899, 
at about 1 o'clock p.m. 

Charge 2. — Violation of orders and the regulations of the 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, to the prejudice of good order 
and military discipline. 

Specification 1. — In that Priv. Harry E. Jones, Battery H, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., did, in violation of 
orders and regulations of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 
leave camp at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Mass., and that the 
said Jones did thereafter absent himself and fail to report or re- 
appear at said camp. This at camp at Fort Rodman, New Bed- 
ford, Mass., Aug. 18, 1899, at or about 1 o'clock p.m., and 
thereafter during the further continuance of said camp duty, to 
wit, Aug. 18 and 19, 1899. 

After examining the witnesses named in the charges, the de- 
fendant was asked if he had any witnesses he wished called. 
Said he had none. When asked if he had any statement he wished 
to make to the court, he said he had, and made a statement 
admitting that he did as charged in both charges. 

The court finds Priv. Harry E. Jones, Battery H, First Regiment 
Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., guilty. 

The court sentences Priv. Harry E. Jones, Battery H, First 
Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., — 

To be dishonorably discharged from the Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Militia. 

(c) Priv. Walter I. Chadbourne, Battery H, First Regiment 
Heavy Artillery, M. V. M. 

Charge 1. — Quitting guard, in violation of orders and the 
regulations of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. 



236 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Specification 1. — In that Priv. Walter I. Cbadbourne, Battery 
H, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., being on guard, did 
quit his guard without leave from his superior officer, and failed 
to report or appear at any time during the period of guard for 
which he was ordered and detailed. This at camp at Fort Rod- 
man, New Bedford, Mass., on the eighteenth day of August, 
1899, at about 1 o'clock p.m. 

Charge 2. — Violation of orders and the regulations of the 
Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, to the prejudice of good order 
and military discipline. 

Specification 1. — In that Priv. Walter I. Chadbourne, Battery 
H, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., did, in violation of 
orders and regulations of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, leave 
camp at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Mass., and that said Chad- 
bourne did thereafter absent himself and fail to report or reappear 
at said camp. This at Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Mass., Aug. 
18, 1899, at about 1 o'clock p.m., and thereafter during the further 
continuance of said camp duty, to wit, Aug. 18 and 19, 1899. 

To which the accused pleaded as follows : — 

To the specification, charge 1, . . . . Guilty. 

To the charge, Guilty. 

To the specification, charge 2, . . . . Guilty. 

To the charge, Guilty. 

Findings on charges and specifications, guilty. 

The court sentences Priv. Walter I. Chadbourne, Battery H, 
First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., — 

To be dishonorably discharged from the Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Militia. 

II. The Judge Advocate General, having declared the proceed- 
ings in the cases of Privates Eugene F. Sullivan, Harry E. Jones 
and Walter I. Chadbourne, Battery H, First Regiment Heavy 
Artillery, M. V. M., to be regular and the sentences adequate, 
and the same having been submitted to the Commander-in-Chief, 
the following are his orders in each case : — 

Commonwealth of Massac hi: setts, 
Executive Chamber, Boston, Dec. 11, 1899. 

The finding of the court is approved, and the sentence will be carried 

into effect. 

(Signed) Roger Wolcott, 

Governor. 

III. Priv. Eugene F. Sullivan, Battery H, First Regiment 
Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., will be reprimanded and discharged. 
Privates Harry E. Jones and Walter I. Chadbourne, Battery H, 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 237 

First Regiment Heavy Artillery, M. V. M., are dishonorably dis- 
charged from the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, in accordance 
with the sentence of the court. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



CIRCULAR. 



Circular. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, June 10, 1899. 



The following acts of the Legislature are published for the in- 
formation of the militia : — 

[Chapter 302.] 

An Act relative to the Placing of Officers upon the Retired 

List. 

Be it enacted, etc., as follows : 

Section 1. Any commissioned officer who was in the militia service 
on the first day of July in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, 
and who served in the army or navy of the United States at any time 
during the war of the rebellion and was honorably discharged, may, 
with the approval of the commander-in-chief, be placed upon the retired 
list, under the same conditions and with the same rank as he would have 
if retired after the passage of chapter eighty-four of the acts of the year 
eighteen hundred and ninety-eight. 

Section 2. Any officer mentioned in section one of this act, if now 
upon the retired list, shall be given the same rank which he would have 
if retired after the passage of said chapter eighty-four. [Approved 
April 25, 1899. 

[Chapter 381.] 

An Act relative to Examining Boards for Officers of the 

Volunteer Militia. 

Be it enacted, etc., as follows: 

Section 1. Every commissioned officer except the staff officers of 
the commander-in-chief, medical officers and chaplains shall, upon being 
notified as provided in section forty-two of chapter three hundred and 
sixty-seven of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three, 
appear before an examining board, to consist of not less than five nor 
more than seven officers, to be designated by the commander-in-chief. 
The time for which the officers assigned for duty upon said board shall 
serve, and the composition of the same, shall be as ordered from time to 
time by the commander-in-chief. 

Section 2. No member of said board shall take part in the examina- 
tion of any officer, or give any opinion, information or advice as to his 
fitness or competence, in case such officer has any business or family 



238 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

connection with him, or might as a result of the examination come 
under his immediate command. 

Section 3. In case of the temporary ineligibility or absence of any 
member of said board the commander-in-chief may, if lie thinks it neces- 
sary, make a temporary detail to fill such vacancy. 

Section 4. A complete record shall be kept by the secretary of the 
board, who shall be one of its members elected by the board, of all 
meetings of the board, and such a record shall be kept by the secretary 
of any special board or boards convoked under the provisions of this 
act. Such record shall embrace a statement at length of the proceed- 
ings, including the names of the members present, the name of any offi- 
cer temporarily assigned for duty upon the board, the name of any officer 
who is absent and the cause of his absence, the name of every officer ex- 
amined and the questions put to him, with his answers, and copies of all 
communications from and the originals of all communications to the 
board, together with the findings and action of the board in each case 
and the reasons therefor. Such record shall be submitted at the next 
meeting of the board or of any special board convoked under the pro- 
visions of this act, for approval or correction. 

Section 5. The board shall examine such officers as appear before 
it, as to their military, moral, physical and general qualifications as 
hereinafter set forth, and shall administer the oaths prescribed in section 
fifty-four of said chapter three hundred and sixty-seven. If in the 
opinion of the board any such officer is competent the fact shall be 
certified to the commander-in-chief, who shall issue his order announc- 
ing the result of such examination. If any officer fails to pass a satis- 
factory examination before said board he may, within ten days from the 
time when he receives notice of his rejection, appeal for a re-examina- 
tion to the commander-in-chief, who may, after an examination of the 
record of the case, order a re-examination of such officer before said 
board or before a board convoked especially for the purpose. Authority 
to convoke such special board is hereby given to the commander-in- 
chief. 

Section 6. Medical officers shall appear before an examining board, 
to consist of three medical officers appointed by the commander-in-chief, 
which board shall certify to the competency of such officer, or give its 
reasons for refusing so to certify, in which latter case it shall transmit 
the complete record, and also its reasons for such refusal, to the com- 
mander-in-chief ; and it shall administer the oath as prescribed for other 
commissioned officers. 

Section 7. Any officer who fails to appear before a board of exam- 
iners within forty days after notice of the date of his election or appoint- 
ment, or who fails to pass a satisfactory examination before such board, 
or before a board before which he may be ordered if granted a re-ex- 
amination, shall forthwith be discharged by the commander-in-chief ; but 
any such officer shall have the privilege of enlisting to secure continuous 
service, in which case his enlistment shall date from the day of his elec- 
tion to the office for which he failed to pass a satisfactory examination 
before the board of examiners, as provided in this section : provided, 



1900.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 239 

that he so enlists within thirty days from the date of his discharge from 
the office to which he was elected. Any commissioned officer who has 
been discharged by reason of failure to pass a satisfactory examination 
before the board of examiners, under the provisions of this section, shall 
not be eligible for election or appointment to a commission within two 
months after such discharge. Any officer resigning his commission shall 
have the privilege of enlisting to secure continuous service, in which 
case his enlistment shall date from the day of his resignation ; provided, 
that he is mustered within thirty days from the date of his resignation. 

Section 8. Examinations for staff positions except in the case of 
•members of the staff of the commander-in-chief and medical officers, 
shall be limited to officers who have served in the regular or volunteer 
naval or military forces of the United States or in the militia or naval 
reserve of some state thereof, and may be of such general character as 
to experience and moral and military qualifications as the board may in 
each case determine. But nothing herein shall be interpreted as forbid- 
ding examinations as prescribed for other officers, if the board shall so 
order ; and any staff officer shall, at his request, be examined in the man- 
ner provided for other officers. 

Section 9. All other officers shall be examined as to their technical 
military qualifications by written questions prepared in advance, equal 
in number and as nearly equal in difficulty for officers of the same grade 
as possible, to which there shall be written answers ; but such questions 
may be greater in number and difficulty for officers of higher grades. 
A number of sets of such questions for the several grades shall be pre- 
pared in advance, under the direction of the board, for examination of 
officers of the several grades ; and no special set of questions shall be 
used in the examination of any officer, and no officer shall be informed 
in advance of any question or questions, or of any matter upon which he 
is to be examined. At such written examination every officer shall also 
make upon a prepared form, answers showing his military service and 
experience, and his residence and occupation. Any other questions 
which the board or any member thereof may desire to ask shall be fully 
written out, and the answers thereto shall be in writing by the officer 
undergoing examination. The board may make such other inquiry as 
it may deem necessary, relating to any officer ordered before it for ex- 
amination, but such inquiry and the answer thereto shall in all cases be 
in writing, and all communications from and to the board shall be a part 
of the record in the case of the officer examined, and shall be preserved 
upon its files. 

Section 10. Neither the board nor any member thereof shall make 
any inquiry or receive any communication relating to any officer before 
it, or who is to come before it, oral or written, except as above author- 
ized, so far as the same may relate to any matter affecting his qualifica- 
tions as an officer in the Massachusetts volunteer militia. 

Section 11. The secretary of the board shall preserve all examina- 
tions, reports and papers, and the findings of the board in the case of 
each officer ; and the same shall upon the demand of the commander-in- 
chief be laid before him. The provisions of this act shall, so far as they 



240 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 1900. 

are applicable, apply also to any special board convoked by order of the 
commander-in-chief for examination of officers. 

Section 12. Section fifty-throe of chapter three hundred and sixty- 
seven of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and all 
acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith, are hereby repealed. 

Section 13. This act shall take effect upon its passage. [Approved 
May 22, 1899. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



255 



Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men other than by Expiration 

of Term of Service. 



ORGANIZATION. 



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Promotion. 



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Second Brigade, N. C. S., 
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256 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men, etc. — Continued. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 


Died. 


Fifth Regiment Infantry Head- 










quarters, 


- 


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15 


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1 




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18 


1 


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1 


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1 


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15 


- 


— 




c, 


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1 


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42 


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6 


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1 


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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



257 



Discharges and Loss of Enlisted Men, etc. — Concluded. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 


Died. 


Ninth Regiment Infantry Head- 










quarters, . . . * . 


- 


14 


- 


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21 


- 


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B, 


22 


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1 


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1 


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15 


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7 


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11 


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28 


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11 


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16 


9 


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39 


4 


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Naval Brigade Headquarters, 


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6 


2 


1 




A, 


8 


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— 




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6 


2 


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13 


1 


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32 


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Summary. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 


Died. 


First Brigade, .... 


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16 


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17 


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First Regiment Heavy Artillery, . 


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419 


12 


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Second Regiment Infantry, . 


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817 


20 


7 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, 


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203 


13 


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359 


15 


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Eighth Regiment Infantry, . 


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256 


8 


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Ninth Regiment Infantry, 


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11 


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9 


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39 


4 


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17 


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54 


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13 


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27 


2 


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15 


1 


3 


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19 


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2,290 


115 


21 


Provisional Militia, 


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66 


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3,697 


181 


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338 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



ROSTER. 



Commissioned Officers in Order of Lineal Rank. 



Roger Wolcott, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 
Staff of Commander-in-Chief. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 

Commission. 



Title. 



Dalton, Samuel, Major General, 
Blood, Robert A., Brigadier General, 
Appleton, Francis H., Brigadier General, 
Hoar, Rock wood, Brigadier General, 
Carter, James L., Brigadier General, 
Frye, James A., Colonel, . 
Billings, John D., Colonel, 
Sohier, William D., Colonel, 
Jewett, George R., Colonel, 
Stevens, Frank B., Colonel, 
Wellington, Fred. W., Colonel, 
Morgan, Richard H., Colonel, 
Locke, Frank L., Colonel, 
Soutter, James T., Colonel, 
Dexter, Gordon, Colonel, . 
Capelle, William C, Colonel, 
Robins, Edward B., Colonel, 
Bradley, J. Pay son, Colonel, 
Sears, Richard D., Colonel, 
Converse, Harry E., Colonel, 
Morgan, Rogerj Colonel, . 



Jan. 
May 
Jan. 

July 
Nov. 
Jan. 



Jan. 



4, 1883 
28, 1896 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
9, 1897 
14, 1898 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
4, 1894 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
1, 1895 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 
7, 1897 



Adjutant General. 
Surgeon General. 
Commissary General. 
Judge Advocate Gen. 
Inspector General. 
Insp. Gen. Rifle Prac. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Adj. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 



Brigadiers General and Staff. 



No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of 
Commission. 


Rrlgade. 


Staff. 


1 
2 

1 
2 
3 
4 


Brigadiers General. 
Mathews, Thomas R., . 
Bancroft, William A., . 

Staff Officers. 
Benyon, George H., Lieut. Colonel, 
Hagar, Walter C, Lieut. Colonel, 
Marion, Otis H., Lieut. Colonel, . 
Devine, William H., Lieut.Colonel, 


July 19, 1897, 
30, 1897, 

July 30, 1897, 
Sept. 17, 1897, 
Aug. 12, 1897, 
Sept. 11, 1897, 


1st. 
2d. 

2d, 

1st, 
1st, 
2d, 


Asst. Adj. Gen. 
Asst. Adj. Gen. 
Med. Director. 
Med. Director. 



1900.] 



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339 





Brigadiers General and Staff — Concluded. 


No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of 
Commission. 


Brigade. 


Staff. 


1 
2 
3 

4 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

1 
2 


Goff, William H., Major, . 
Richardson, Frank S., Major, 
Edes, Robert Ball, Major, . 

Brigham, William H., Major, 

Dewey, Henry S., Captain, . 
Rantoul, Augustus N., Captain, . 
Parker, Francis S., Captain, 
Bangs, Francis R., Captain, 
Glines, Edward, Captain, . 
Barnes, Frederic P., Captain, 
Kenny, Charles, Captain, 
Thompson, George M., Captain, . 
Bancroft, Hugh, Captain, . 
Leland, Lester, Captain, 
Wainwright, Charles D., Captain, 
White, James G., Captain, . 

Sprague, Henry W., 1st Lieut., . 
Lovett, George E., 1st Lieut., 


Aug. 21, 1897, 
Sept. 8, 1897, 
Aug. 2, 1897, 

Sept. 27, 1897, 

Feb. 25, 1889, 
Mar. 30, 1893, 
July 9, 1894, 

5, 1895, 
Aug. 12, 1897, 

2, 1897, 

18, 1897, 

19, 1897, 
Sept. 13, 1897, 
Mar. 5, 1892, 
Dec. 25, 1898, 
May 20, 1899, 

April 20, 1891, 
Mar. 27, 1897, 


2d, 
1st, 
2d, 

1st, 

1st, 
2d, 
2d, 
2d, 
1st, 
2d, 
1st, 
1st, 
2d, 
2d, 
1st, 
1st, 

2d, 
1st, 


Asst. Insp. Gen. 
Asst. Insp. Gen. 
Asst. Insp. Gen. 

Rifle Practice. 
Asst. Insp. Gen. 

Rifle Practice. 

Judge Advocate. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Judge Advocate. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Brigade Q. M. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Engineer. 
Engineer. 
Prov. Marshal. 
Brigade Q. M. 
Prov. Marshal. 

Signal Officer. 
Signal Officer. 



Ambulance Corps. 



No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of Commission. 


1 
2 
3 


Bell, Robert E., 1st Lieutenant, 

Smith, Frank S., 2d Lieutenant, 


April 20, 1894. 
Nov. 22, 1897. 
Jan. 31, 1899. 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry. 







Date of 




No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Regiment. 




Colonels. 






1 


Clark, Embury P., 


Feb. 2, 1889, 


2d Regiment. 


2 


Pew, William A., Jr., 




June 28, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 


3 


Pfaff, Charles 




July 28, 1897, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


4 


Whitney, Jophanus H 




Aug. 6, 1897, 


5th Regiment. 


5 


Donovan, William H., 




Mar. 30, 1899, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Darling, Charles K., 




May 22, 1899, 


6th Regiment. 




Lieutenant Colonels. 






1 


Edmands, Thomas F., .... 


Oct. 14, 1873, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Logan, Lawrence J., 




Nov. G, 1889, 


9th Regiment. 


3 


Shumway, Edwin 11., 




3, 1893, 


2d Regiment. 


4 


Bailey, Edwin W. M., . 




Oct. 2, 1896, 


8th Regiment. 


5 


Oakes, William H., . 




Aug. 6, 1897, 


f> 1 1 i Regiment. 


6 


Woodman, Charles B., . 




April 4, 1898, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


7 


Peck, Walter F., . 




Mar. 10, 1899, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


8 


Priest, George H., . 




May 22, 1899, 


6th Regiment. 



340 



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Field and Staff Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Regiment. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 



Majors. 
Soutbmayd, Frederick G 
Dyar, Perlie A., 
Whipple, Reuben A., 
Fairbanks, Henry B., 
Stopford, William, . 
Graves, Frank A., . 
Quimby, George F., 
Ballard, Harry P., . 
Morrison, Walter E., 
Clement, Murray D., 
Robeson, Andrew, . 
Fitz, Andrew, . 
Murray, George F. H., 
Sullivan, John J., . 
Kelley, Joseph J., . 
Gihon, Edward J., . 
Cook, Cyrus H., 
Nutter, Charles P., . 
Eldredge, Edward H., 



Adjutants — First Lieutenants 
Hawkins, Paul R., . 
Currier, Edward E., 
Lake, Charles H., . 
Locke, Elmore E., . 
Titus, Harry A., 
Casey, William J., . 
Draper, Arthur J., . 
Bond, Stephen N., . 



Quartermasters — First Lieutenants. 
Clarke, William B., 
Keenan, John S., 
Ramsay, James M., 
Sweetser, Stanwood G., . 
Sawtell, Edward E., 
Chase, Arthur P., . 
Breen, John, 
Craig, J. Hally, 



Feb. 
May 
Nov. 
July 
Oct. 

July 
Aug. 

Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



May 

July 
Oct. 



2, 1889, 

5, 1891, 

3, 1893, 
30, 1895, 

2, 1896, 

2, 1896, 
28, 1897, 

6, 1897, 
6, 1897, 
2, 1898, 

3, 1899, 
10, 1899, 
30, 1899, 
30, 1899, 

30, 1899, 
22, 1899, 
22, 1899, 
14, 1899, 

31, 1899, 



Surgeons — Majors 
Foster, Charles C, . 
Dearing, Howard S., 
Gates, Ernest A., 
Green, Charles M., . 
Dow, George F., 
Voss, J. William, . 
Chadwick, Henry D., 
Lombard, John P., . 
Jenkins, Thomas L., 



Assistant Surgeons — First Lieutenants 

Rolfe, William A., . 

Knight, Augustus S., 

Littlefield, George C, 

Williams, Abram C, 

Jewett, Walter K., . 

McGourty, James E., 

Chadwick, Henry D., 

Logan, Frank P. T., 



May 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
July 

Sept. 
Nov. 



12, 1896, 

13, 1897, 
12, 1897, 
27, 1897, 
15, 1899, 
17, 1899, 

14, 1899, 
27, 1899, 



May 8, 1883, 

Sept. 14, 1891, 

Sept. 7, 1897, 

Mar. 26, 1898, 

Feb. 15, 1899, 

May 26, 1899, 

July 17, 1899, 

Oct. 4, 1899, 



Mar. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

April 

June 

July 

Sept. 



22, 1889, 

14, 1897, 

15, 1899, 

26, 1899, 
1, 1899, 
5, 1899, 

27, 1899, 

20, 1899, 

21, 1899, 



Nov. 29, 1897, 

April 26, 1899, 

June 12, 1899, 

July 4, 1899, 

24, 1899, 

17, 1899, 

27, 1899, 

Oct. 6, 1899, 



2d Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
8th Regiment. 



2d Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 



1st Corps Cadets 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 



5th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 



1st Regt. H. Art. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 



1900.] 



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341 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry — Concluded. 







Date of 




No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Regiment. 




Paymasters — First Lieutenants. 










1 


Maloon, Edward A., 


April 


28, 


1883, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


2 


Parker, Horace B , . 




. . 


May 


26, 


1886, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


3 


Warren, Albert C, . 




. . 


Dec. 


27, 


1889, 


5th Regiment. 


4 


Edson, Archibald C, 




. . 


Mar. 


19, 


1892, 


2d Regiment. 


5 


Barr, James C, 




. . 


Feb. 


15, 


1897, 


8th Regiment. 


6 


Carpenter, Frederick B., 




. 


Feb. 


20, 


1897, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


7 


Kane, John P., 




. . 


Julv 


25, 


1899, 


9th Regiment. 


8 


Hall, Walter Perley, 




• 


Nov. 


15, 


1899, 


6th Regiment. 




Inspectors of Rifle Practice — First 










• 


Lieutenants. 










1 


Hayes, William A., 2d, .... 


Feb. 


7, 


1889, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Taylor, Albert E , . 




. . 


May 


12, 


1896, 


2d Regiment. 


3 


Clark, Herbert A., . 




. . 


Sept. 


7, 


1897, 


oth Regiment. 


4 


Robertson, Robert, . 




. . 


April 


22, 


1899, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


5 


Portal, John M., 




. . 


June 


1, 


1899, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


6 


Coolidge, Clarence W., 




. . 


Julv 


27, 


1899, 


6th Regiment. 


7 


Langdon, George W., 




, . 


Nov. 


10, 


1899, 


8th Regiment. 


8 


Murphy, Daniel J., . 




• 


Dec. 


26, 


1899, 


9th Regiment. 




Aide-de-Camp — First Lieutenant. 










1 


Stockwell, George S., 

Range Officer — First Lieutenant. 


April 


26, 


1898, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


1 


Chaplains. 


June 


20, 


1894, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


1 


Lee, James, 




July 


1, 


1884, 


9th Regiment. 


2 


Horton, Edward A., 






June 


6, 


1896, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


3 


Prescott, Elvin J., . 






Sept. 


17, 


1897, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


4 


House, Elwin L., 






Dec. 


8, 


1897, 


5th Regiment. 


5 


Perry, James De Wolfe, Jr., 




June 


24, 


1899, 


6th Regiment. 


6 


Phalen, Frank L., . 




Aug. 


2, 


1899, 


2d Regiment. 



Line Officers of Infantry. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




Captains. 








1 


Frothingham, Joseph H., . 


May 27, 1887, 


D, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


2 


Leonard, John J., 






Mar. 8, 1888, 


G, 


2d Regiment. 


3 


Dan forth, Norris O., . 








Sept. 16, 1889, 


F, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


4 


Keefe, Daniel J., . 








17, 1889, 


A, 


9th Regiment. 


5 


Hayes, John J., . 








Feb. 11, 1890, 


H, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Joubert, Joseph H., 








May 6, 1890, 


F, 


9th Regiment. 


7 


Stover, Willis W., 








Nov. 17, 1890, 


A, 


5th Regiment. 


8 


Pierce, Frederick E., 








Jan. 16, 1891, 


L, 


2d Regiment. 


9 


Chick, Albert B., . 








Feb 4, 1891, 


G, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


10 


Whiting, Fred M., 








April 15, 1891, 


L, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


11 


Williams, William J , 








20, 1891, 


L, 


6th Regiment. 


12 


Little, Philip, 








May 1, 1891, 




2d Corps Cadets. 


13 


Mitten, Anthony D., 








June 11, 1891, 


M, 


9th Regiment. 


14 


Butler, Willard C, 








May 16, 1892, 


I>, 


5th Regiment. 


15 


Meredith, Francis, Jr., 




July 16, 1892, 


H, 


5th Regiment. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND UANK 


Commission. 


Co. 


Kegiment. 




Captain* — Concluded. 








16 


Carr, Edward B., . 


Aug. 24, 1892, 


G, 


6th Regiment. 


17 


Lombard, Walter E., . 






Jan. 23, 1893, 


B, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


18 


Goodell, Ulysses A., . 






Mar. 10, 1893, 


K, 


6th Regiment. 


19 


Quinlan, Thomas F., . 






July 6, 1893, 


c, 


9th Regiment. 


20 


Barrett, Edwin G., 






April 5, 1894, 


A, 


2d Regiment. 


21 


Movnihau, Jeremiah, . 






Aug. 27, 1894, 


G, 


9th Regiment. 


22 


Rider, Phineas L., 






13, 1895, 


c, 


2d Regiment. 


23 


Perkins, Alexander G , 






Oct. 12, 1895, 


A, 


8th Regiment. 


24 


Pratt, Walter L., . 






Dec. 16, 1895, 


H, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


25 


Horton, Edward J., 






Feb. 21, 1896, 


G, 


8th Regiment. 


26 


Williams, John E., 






Sept. 21, 1896, 


I, 


8th Regiment. 


27 


Springer, Ernest R.. 






Oct. 26, 1896, 


c, 


5th Regiment. 


28 


Whitten, Herbert W., . 






Dec. 14, 1896, 


M, 


8th Regiment. 


29 


Warriner, William 8., 






18, 1896, 


K, 


2d Regiment. 


30 


Sweetser, Warren E., . 






Jan. 18, 1897, 


H, 


6th Regiment. 


31 


Barrett, John F., . 






19, 1897, 


M, 


6th Regiment. 


32 


McDowell, John F., 






Feb. 15, 1897, 


D, 


6th Regiment. 


33 


Hilliker, Charles T., 






Mar. 15, 1897, 


D, 


8th Regiment. 


34 


Cutting, Frank F., 






Sept. 8, 1897, 


L, 


5th Regiment. 


35 


Howes, Frederick S., 






Oct. 25, 1897, 


K, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


36 


Tucker, Frank, 






Nov. 29, 1897, 


c, 


8th Regiment. 


37 


Clark, James C. D., 






Dec. 15, 1897, 


E, 


5th Regiment. 


38 


Gibbs, Joseph L., . 






Jan. 24, 1898, 


E, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


39 


Holden, Charles S., 






28, 1898, 


H, 


2d Regiment. 


40 


Spencer, John E., 






Sept. 16, 1898, 




2d Corps Cadets. 


41 


Crozier, George J., 






Jan. 20, 1899, 


M, 


2d Regiment. 


42 


Cannon, Peter J., . 






Feb. 6, 1899, 


K, 


9th Regiment. 


43 


Fuller, David, 






14, 1899, 


M, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


44 


Crotty, David M., 






20, 1899, 


D, 


9th Regiment. 


45 


Joy, Franklin, L., 






Mar. 14, 1899, 


- 


1st Corps Cadets. 


46 


Taylor, Franklin G., 






14, 1899, 


F, 


6th Regiment. 


47 


Wetherbee, Winthrop, 






17, 1899, 




1st Corps Cadets. 


48 


Pond, Virgil C, . 






21, 1899, 


- 


1st Corps Cadets. 


49 


Rollins, Charles H., 






24, 1899, 


- 


1st Corps Cadets. 


50 


Gray, Edwin R., . 






April 6, 1899, 


E, 


2d Regiment. 


51 


Marshall, Isaac N., 






18, 1899, 


E, 


6th Regiment. 


52 


Colburn, David W., 






21, 1899, 


B, 


6th Regiment. 


^3 


Packard, P. Frank, 






June 2, 1899, 




2d Corps Cadets. 


54 


Gray, Frank E., . 






12, 1899, 


A, 


6th Regiment. 


55 


Hart, Joseph S , . 






13, 1899, 


I, 


6th Regiment. 


56 


Barry, John J., 






13, 1899, 


E, 


9th Regiment. 


57 


Livingston, Thomas, 






14, 1899, 


c, 


6th Regiment. 


58 


Purbeck, Dudlev B., 






July 5, 1899, 


H, 


8th Regiment. 


59 


Webb, Arthur N., 






July 7, 1899, 




2d Corps Cadets. 


60 


Hamilton, Clifford E., 






18, 1899, 


F, 


5th Regiment. 


61 


Phillips, Frank D., 






18, 1899, 


D, 


2d Regiment. 


62 


Potter, Albert L., . 






19, 1899, 


F, 


2d Regiment. 


63 


Walsh, James F.,. 






21, 1899, 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


64 


French, Henry W., 






Aug. 2, 1899, 


K, 


8th Regiment. 


65 


Young, William L., 






7, 1899, 


B, 


2d liegiment. 


60 


Gilfillan, James R., 






7, 1899, 


I, 


2d Regiment. 


67 


Horton, George E., 






18, 1899, 


I, 


1st Kegt. II. Art. 


68 


Sherman, Roland H., 






31, 1899, 


L, 


8th Regiment. 


69 


Whitcomb, Henry B., 






Oct. 10, 1899, 


M, 


5th Regiment. 


70 


Nostrorn, Charles F., 






16, 1899, 


c, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


71 


Fullerton, E. Dwight, 






18, 1899, 


A, 


1st Regt. H. Art. 


72 


Spear, Charles F., 






Nov. 13, 1899, 


K, 


5th Regiment. 


73 


De Sousa, Francisco A 


> 




16, 1899, 


E, 


8th Regiment. 


71 


Jewell, David E., . 






16, 1899, 


F, 


8th Regiment. 


76 


Wyer, Arthur C, . 






27, 1899, 


G, 


5th Regiment. 


76 


Cully, James A., . 




Dec. 18, 1899, 


I, 


9th Regiment. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 



343 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 



First Lieutenants. 
Tisdell, Moses H., 
Tolman, William S., 
Flanigan, Benjamin J., 
Sands, Patrick A., 
Crane, Henry, 
Day, John E., 
Mann, James H., . 
Moulton, Horatio D., 
Fairweather, William, 
Phillips, Ferdinand H., 
Higgins, Andrew M., 
Rogers, George M., 
Facey, Charles W., 
Walsh, James F., 
Hines, Mathew E., 
Joy, Franklin L., . 
Lewis, Arthur E., 
Gillow, Joseph S., 
Swan, William L., 
Webb, Arthur N., 
Barry, John J., 
Inman, Harry B., 
Ropes, Charles F., 
McNeilley, John S., 
Flanders, William F., 
Renfrew, William, 
Wilson, Frank S., 
French, Henry W., 
Downey, Frank H., 
Canfield, George I., 
Barnstead, George R., 
Cobey, Thomas J., 
McCarthy, Thomas, 
Kimball, Charles H., 
Mclsaac, Charles M., 
Cormack, Norman P., 
Wing, Harold C, 
Symonds, George E., 
Laferriere, Ernest J., 
Ley den, Edward J., 
Healey, Martin J., 
Harrison, Frederick W. 
Jenks, Fred A., . 
Simmons, William S., 
Williams, Moses, Jr., 
Graves, William R., 
Smith, James C, . 
Frye, Robie G., . 
Whelan, Andrew J., 
Clark, F. Ernest, . 
Gleason, Albert A., 
Morrison, Elmer E., 
Jackson, Francis T., 
Sullivan, Daniel P., 
Kittredge, Colby T., 
Guilford, George F., 
Aldrich, Don. A., 
Goff, William H., Jr., 
Graham, Edward T., 
Stearns, Charles E., 
Foote, Alfred F., . 



July 
Dec. 
Feb. 
May 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

July 

May 

June 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Feb. 
Mar. 
June 

July 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 
Mar. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Jan. 

Sept. 
Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 



May 
June 



July 



18, 1888, 

10, 1888, 

11, 1890, 

6, 1890, 

12, 1890, 
21, 1891, 

8, 1892, 

18, 1892, 

24, 1892, 
20, 1893, 
10, 1893, 
10, 1893, 

7, 1894, 

19, 1894, 
27, 1894, 

13, 1894, 

19, 1894, 
12, 1895, 

20, 1895, 

21, 1895, 

25, 1895, 

8, 1895, 
12, 1895, 

7, 1895, 
12, 1895, 

16, 1895, 

8, 1896, 
19, 1896, 

8, 1896, 

14, 1896, 

18, 1897, 

15, 1897, 
18, 1897, 

19, 1897, 

29, 1897, 

17, 1898, 
24, 1898, 

16, 1898, 

30, 1899, 

31, 1899, 

6, 1899, 
14, 1899, 

22, 1899, 

24, 1899, 

18, 1899, 

18, 1899, 
21, 1899, 

25, 1899, 

1, 1899, 

2, 1899, 
12, 1899, 

12, 1899, 

13, 1899, 

13, 1899, 

14, 1899, 

19, 1899, 

23, 1899, 
5, 1899, 

7, 1899, 
18, 1899, 
18, 1899, 



A, 

A, 
H, 
F, 
C, 
B, 
L, 
B, 
G, 
F, 

K, 

A, 

B, 

B, 

G, 

A, 

D, 

M, 

L, 

B, 

E, 

C, 

C, 

E, 

A, 

H, 

G, 

K, 

I, 

M, 

H, 

D, 

G, 

M, 

G, 

D, 

E, 

M, 
G, 
K, 
M, 
K, 



L, 
B, 

D~, 

D, 

K, 

A, 

I, 

E, 

C, 

C, 

L, 

I, 

F. 
D, 



2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 



344 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 

Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 



First Lieutenants — Concluded. 
Lovejoy, Fred. A., 
Clark, Frederick M., Jr., 
Kenealy, John F., 
Sawyer, David P., 
Damon, Herbert W., 
Harvey, Loran J., 
French, Chester W., 
Delaney, John F., 
Burke, Thomas F., 
Larrive, Eugene, . 
Nilsson, Wellington H, 
Perkins, Elliott L., 
Mitchell, Benjamin, 
Bosquet, Horace J., 
Young, Harry C, 
Hickey, John J., . 
Gilson, Valentine E., 
Paine, Sumner, 
Colbert, Maurice A., 
Whittier, David F., 
Whitney, Orville J., 
Cutter, Frank E., . 
Braxton, George W., 



Second Lieutenants. 
Boles, Michael S., 
Underwood, Marshall, 
Howard, George S., 
Meek, William J., 
McNulty, Philip, . 
Bray, Rowland W., 
Sullivan, Timothy J., 
Clark, Thomas F., 
Foley, Joseph J., . 
Lucke, Frederick H., 
Hurley, John F., . 
Hall, Arthur E., . 
Grant, Bertie E., . 
Vesper, Harry J., . 
Mason, Fayette B., 
Young, William F., 
Brines, Charles E M 
Decker, William N., 
Moore, Frank E , 
Perry, William H., 
Perkins, Clarence A., 
Cutler, George S., 
Murphy, Cornelius J., 
Nutt, James C, . 
Clark, Frederick M., Jr. 
Thaver, Henry A., 
Gray, Henry T., . 
Ley den, Edward J , 
Pierce, Frederick W., 
McCullough, William J. 
Jewett, George N., 
Perkins, Frank S., 
Butment, William, 
Boyle, John J., 
Turner, David A., 
Johnson, Waldo A., 
Cabot, Francis Elliot, 



July 


19, 1899, 




21, 1899, 




24, 1899, 




28, 1899, 




31, 1899, 


Aug. 


1, 1899, 




7, 1899, 




3, 1899, 




7, 1899, 




17, 1899, 




18, 1899, 




21, 1899, 


Sept. 


18, 1899, 




28, 1899, 




28, 1899, 


Oct. 


3, 1889, 




12, 1899, 




18, 1899, 


Nov. 


13, 1899, 




16, 1899, 




20, 1899, 




21, 1899, 




24, 1899, 



Feb. 13 
Sept. 21 
Aug. 24 
Feb. 20 
May 4 
June 22 
July 10 
Jan. 9 

15 
April 5 
Aug. 27 
April 24 
Dec. 16 
May 11 
Dec. 11 
Mar. 15 
April 15 
May 3 
4 

18 
Sept. 8 
Oct. 18 
Nov. 23 

29 

30 
Jan. 3 

28 
Feb. 18 
Mar. 7 

14 
April 26 
Sept. 16 
Jan. 31 
Feb. 6 
Mar. 22 
April 6 

11 



1891 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1895 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1899 
1899 
1899 
1899 
1899 



F, 

C, 

L, 

D, 

E, 

I, 

I, 

I, 

B, 

L, 

I, 

K, 

C, 

E, 

H, 

B, 

H, 

A, 

K, 

F, 

E, 

F, 

L, 



F, 
B, 
G, 
M, 
M, 
A, 
A, 
H, 
C, 
A, 
G, 
C, 
H, 
B, 
L, 
D, 

r>, 

I, 
F, 

I, 

L, 

G, 

E, 

G, 

C, 

H, 

H, 

G, 

M, 

D, 

H, 

G, 
K, 
K, 
E, 



2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
8th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 



9th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
9th Regiment, 
nth Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



345 



Line Officers of Infantry — Concluded. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



Second Lieutenants — Concluded 

38 Blanchard, John A., 

39 Wolcott, Roger, Jr., 

40 Stearns, William B., 

41 O'Brien, William, 

42 Cotirad, William L., 

43 Crowell, Alonzo K., 

44 Fuller, Charles H., 

45 Fennessy, Frank E., 

46 McMahon, John H., 

47 Rose, Frank G , . 

48 McNamara, Patrick J., 

49 Clark, James N., . 

50 Dyer, Joseph H., . 

51 Gilson, Frank V., . 

52 Wye, Thomas E., 

53 Guthrie, James A., 

54 Reed, Alfred F., . 

55 Taylor, Franks.,. 

56 Smyth, Joseph H., 

57 Warren, Herbert H., 

58 McGee, James H., 

59 Morse, S. Ernest, . 

60 Desmond, William D., 

61 Sullivan. George W., 

62 Beckman, Albert G., 

63 Conners, James E., 

64 Williamson, Charles A 

65 Folsom, Fred. B., . 

66 Weymouth, Fred L., 

67 Smith, Clarence E., 

68 Lent, Jesse G., 

69 Latimer, George T., 

70 McGrath, John R., 

71 Sanborn, John Reed, 

72 Hall, Arthur S., . 

73 Clark, Ernest L., . 

74 Miller, Edward, . 

75 Hunter, Harry C, 

76 Smyth, James H., 

77 Gould, William B., Jr., 

78 Hathaway, Harry L., 

79 Donahue, Stanley, 

80 Glavey, John J., . 



April 


18, 1899, 
18, 1899, 




25, 1899, 




10, 1899, 


May 


1, 1899, 
8, 1899, 




8, 1899, 




9, 1899, 


June 


12, 1899, 




14, 1899, 




19, 1899, 


July 


7, 1899, 
7, 1899, 




14, 1899, 




17, 1899, 




21, 1899, 




18, 1899, 




19, 1899, 




20, 1899, 




21, 1899, 




24, 1899, 




25, 1899, 




31, 1899, 




31, 1899, 


Aug. 


7, 1899, 
17, 1899, 




18, 1889, 


Sept. 


9, 1899, 
28, 1899, 




29, 1899, 


Oct. 


17, 1899, 




30, 1899, 


Nov. 


13, 1899, 




16, 1899, 




20, 1899, 




21, 1899, 




21, 1899, 




21, 1899, 




22, 1899, 




24, 1899, 


Dec. 


1, 1899, 




12, 1899, 




18, 1899, 



L, 

M, 
D, 
F, 
E, 

A, 
C, 
B, 



B, 

C, 

B, 

D, 

F, 

D, 

C, 

L, 

F, 

H, 

E, 

I, 

L, 

I, 

K, 

E, 

H, 

C, 

H, 

K, 

F, 

E, 

M, 

A, 

F, 

A, 

L, 

K, 

M, 

I, 



1st Corps Cadets. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
Gth Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regt. H. Art. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 



346 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Light Artillery. 



NAME AND HANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Major. 
Duchesney, Lawrence N., 



Adjutant, rank First Lieutenant. 
Lewis, Bradford H., .... 



Quartermaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Hennessey, William H., 



Surgeon, rank Major. 
Harvey, John F., . 



Assistant Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Bryant, William Sohier, . 



Veterinary Surgeoii, rank First Lieutenant. 
Osgood, Frederic H., 



Paymaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Clapp, Henry B., 



Captains. 
Stedraan, William L., . 
Parker, Samuel D., 
Haynes, Herbert W., . 



First Lieutenants. 
Sargent, Charles F., 
Gould, William T., 
Goldsmith, George H., 
Blake, Henry S., . 
Amory, William, 2d, 
Boswell, Arthur H., 



Second Lieutenants. 
Powell, John S., . 
Dole, Charles S., . 
Sayles, William E., 



May 19, 1893, 



Dec. 14, 1897, 



May 24, 1893, 



May 26, 1893, 



July 19, 1899, 



April 5, 1893, 



May 24, 1893, 



May 24, 1893, 
July 18, 1898, 
Feb. 17, 1899, 



May 24, 1893, 
Mar. 24, 1894, 
April 4, 1898, 
July 18, 1898, 
18, 1898, 
Feb. 17, 1899, 



April 22, 1898, 
July 18, 1898, 
Feb. 17, 1899, 



A, 



C, 
A, 
B, 



C, 
B, 
C, 
A, 
A, 
B, 



C, 
A, 
B, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



347 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Cavalry. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Major. 
Perrins, William A., . 



Adjutant, rank First Lieutenant. 
Carr, Albert E., 



Quartermaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Kerrison, John C, 



Surgeon, rank Major. 
Mills, George Westgate, 



Assistant Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Howard, Amasa, 



Veterinary Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Peters, Austin, . . 



Paymaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Hall, John W., 



Inspector Rifle Practice, rank First Lieut. 
Parkhill, Charles L. D, . . . . 



Chaplain. 



Berle, Adolph A., 



Captains. 
Perrins, John, Jr., 
Leighton, Amos R., 



First Lieutenants. 
Neal, Frank K., . 
Fairbanks, James L., . 
Monahan, John J., 



Second Lieutenants. 
Qnigley, William J., 

Proctor, George, 

Kelly, William H 



Dec. 21, 1897, 

Jan. 7, 1898, 

May 19, 1899, 

Aug. 13, 1894, 

Feb. 19, 1889, 

June 29, 1891, 

Jan. 7, 1898, 

Jan. 7, 1898, 

Aug. 18, 1898, 



Jan. 5, 1898, 
2, 1899, 



June 22, 1897, 
Jan. 5, 1898, 
June 13, 1899, 



Sept. 16, 1893, 
June 22, 1897, 
Jan. 5, 1898, 



F, 



D, 
F, 



A, 
D, 
F, 



F, 
A, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



348 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Field and Staff Officers of Naval Brigade. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Weeks, John W., 



Captain. 



Lieutenant Commanders. 
Denny, Arthur B., ... 
Paul, William M., ... 



Brigade Adjutant, rank Lieutenant. 
Parker, James Phillips, 



Ordnance Officer, rank Lieutenant, 
Moffatt, Robert Tucker, 



Equipment Officer, rank Lieutenant. 
Cary, William A., .... 



Paymaster, rank Lieutenant {Junior 
Grade) . 
Williams, Franklin D , ... 



Assistant Paymaster, rank Ensign. 
Morse, Edward Oilman, 



Surgeon, rank Lieutenant Commander. 
Allen, Gardner W., .... 



Engineer, rank TJeutenant. 
Dowst, Frank B., . 



Signal Officer, rank Lieutenant (Junior 
Grade) . 
Parker, William Stanley, 



Aid, rank Lieutenant (Junior Grade). 
Perkins, Charles B M . . 



Assistant Surgeons, rank Lieutenant (Junior 
Grade). 

O'Neil, Richard F 

Cutts, Harry M 

Merritt, S. Virgil, 



April 3, 1894, 



April 22, 1893, 
3, 1894, 



Oct. 15, 1898, 
April 8, 1899, 
June 8, 1897, 

Feb. 25, 1896, 
May 28, 1898, 
April 25, 1894, 
Mar. 25, 1898, 

April 7, 1899, 
Aug. 21, 1895, 



May 29, 1897, 

17, 1898, 

Oct. 11, 1898, 



Brigade. 



1st Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 



Brigade. 

Battalion 

Brigade. 

Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 

Brigade. 
Brigade. 



Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



349 



Line Officers of Naval Brigade. 



Date of 






NAME AND RANK. Commission. 


Co. 




Lieutenants, Chief of Division. 










Dexter, Jenness K., 


Mar 


6, 1893, 


H, 


2d Battalion. 


Jones, Gardner I., . 


, . 




May 


8, 1896, 


L\ 


1st Battalion. 


Buffinton, George R. H., 


. 




Jan. 


10, 1898, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Moody, Edward G., 


. 




May 


25, 1898, 


L. 


2d Battalion. 


Dodd, Edward Pelham, 


, . 




June 


21, 1898, 


K, 


1st Battalion. 


Brigham, Charles H., . 








27, 1899, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Parker, Charles H , 


, . 




Aug. 


8, 1899, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Smith, Herbert L., 


, . 






10, 1899, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Sughrue, Daniel H., 


, . 




Sept 


26, 1899, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Thomas, A. Ernest, 


, . 




Oct. 


30, 1899, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Borden, Richard P., 


• 




Nov. 


15, 1899, 


I, 


2d Battalion. 


Lieutenants {Junior Grade). 










Von Loesecke, Magnus F. S., 


June 


30, 1893, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Cohn, William 0., 










20, 1894, 


H, 


2d Battalion. 


Beattie, William H., 








May 


14, 1895, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Selfridge, George S., 










8, 1896, 


D, 


1st Battalion. 


Addicks, Walter R., . 








Aug. 


19, 1897, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Hamlen, Ewing W., 








June 


30, 1898, 


K, 


1st Battalion. 


Bittues, Arno A., . 








April 


11, 1899, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Page, David P., 








May 


29, 1899, 


L, 


2d Battalion. 


Sprague, Timothy W., . 








Aug. 


8, 1899, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Dyer, Frederick M., 








Oct. 


24, 1899, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Ward, David G. F., 










30, 1899, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Kimball, Martin L., 








Nov. 


2, 1899, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Palmer, George W., 










15, 1899, 


I, 


2d Battalion. 


Ensigns. 
Barr, Walter S., 


Mar. 


6, 1893, 


H, 


1st Battalion. 


Pierce, Albert R., . 








April 


5, 1893, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Solomon, Frank L., 








May 


15, 1894, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Ley, Frederick T., 








June 


20, 1894, 


H, 


1st Battalion. 


Borden, Charles N., 








Mar. 


7, 1898, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Jones, Roy D 








April 


18, 1899, 


K, 


1st Battalion. 


Felton, Louis C., . 










18, 1899, 


D, 


1st Battalion. 


Shepard, Ralph L., 








Aug. 


10, 1899, 


L, 


2d Battalion. 


Turnbull, Fred H., 










10, 1899, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Frothingham, Louis A., 








Sept. 


15, 1889, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Cartwright, David J., . 








Oct. 


24, 1899, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Olding, William M., . 








Nov. 


15, 1899, 


L 


2d Battalion. 



350 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Table No. 1. — Enrolled Militia of 1899, showing by Towns, 
Cities and Counties the Number of Persons between the Ages of 
Eighteen and Forty-five Tears liable to Military Duty. 

Barnstable County. 



1898. 


1809. 


Increase. 


394 


393 


_ 


276 


307 


31 


74 


96 


22 


216 


217 


1 


183 


180 


- 


76 


69 


- 


285 


366 


81 


219 


130 


- 


71 


73 


2 


112 


116 


4 


210 


228 


18 


176 


142 


- 


67 


52 


- 


60 


59 


- 


183 


148 


- 


2,602 


2,576 


159 



Decrease. 



Barnstable, . 

Bourne, . 

Brewster, 

Chatham, 

Dennis, . 

Eastham, 

Falmouth, 

Harwich, 

Mashpee, 

Orleans, . 

Provincetown, 

Sandwich, 

Truro, . 

Wellfleet, 

Yarmouth, 



3 

7 

89 



34 

15 

1 

35 



185 



Net increase, Barnstable County, 26. 



Berkshire County. 



Adams 


1,677 


1,538 


_ 


139 


Alford, .... 










27 


33 


6 


- 


Becket 










146 


133 


- 


13 


Cheshire, 










161 


171 


10 


- 


Clarksburg, . 










79 


85 


6 


- 


Dalton, . 










547 


564 


17 


- 


Egremont, 










114 


113 


- 


1 


Florida, .... 










69 


82 


13 


- 


Great Barrington, . 










1,122 


1,074 


- 


48 


Hancock, 










63 


57 




6 


Hinsdale, 










180 


165 




15 


Lanesborough, 










130 


125 


- 


5 


Lee, .... 










610 


600 


- 


10 


Lenox, .... 










412 


417 


5 


- 


Monterey, 










79 


73 


- 


6 


Mount Washington, 










14 


18 


4 


- 


New Ashford, 










21 


20 


- 


1 


New Marlborough, 










177 


170 


- 


7 


North Adams, 










3,252 


3,387 


135 


- 


Otis, 










71 


67 


- 


4 


Peru, 










33 


28 


- 


5 


Pittsfield, 










4,376 


3,745 


- 


631 


Richmond, . 










85 


90 


5 


- 


Sandisfield, . 










106 


109 


3 


- 


Savoy, . 










98 


90 


- 


8 


Sheffield, 










185 


195 


10 


- 


Stockbridge, . 










276 


248 


- 


27 


Tyringham, . 










60 


58 


- 


2 


Washington, . 










41 


61 


20 


- 


West Stockbridge, 










131 


140 


9 


- 


Williamstown, 










612 


591 


- 


21 


Windsor, 










90 


102 


12 


- 












15,043 


14,349 


255 


949 



Net decrease, Berkshire County, 694. 



1900.] 



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351 



Table No. 1 — Continued. 
Bristol County. 





1898. 


1899. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Acushnet, 


148 


126 




22 


Attleborough, 












1,924 


1,974 


50 


- 


Berkley, 












117 


91 


- 


26 


Dartmouth, 














472 


461 


- 


11 


Dighton, 














163 


161 


- 


2 


Easton, . 














662 


800 


138 


- 


Fairhaven, 














571 


508 


_ 


63 


Fall River, 














14,119 


12,804 


- 


1,315 


Freetown, 














168 


173 


5 


- 


Mansfield, 














570 


583 


13 


- 


New Bedford, 












10,418 


10,504 


86 


- 


North Attleborougl 


b, . 










1,007 


1,235 


228 


- 


Norton, . 












284 


248 


- 


36 


Raynham, 














192 


164 


- 


28 


Rehoboth, 














228 


214 


- 


14 


Seekonk, 














140 


147 


7 


- 


Somerset, 














201 


241 


40 


- 


Swanzey, 














217 


166 


- 


51 


Taunton, 














4,487 


5,203 


716 


- 


Westport, 














355 


343 


- 


12 
















36,443 


36,146 


1,283 


1,580 



Net decrease, Bristol County, 297. 
Dukes County. 



Chilmark, 


44 


44 






Cottage City, . 










136 


133 


- 


3 


Edgartown, . 










157 


124 


- 


33 


Gay Head, 










19 


20 


1 


- 


Gosnold, 










22 


19 


- 


3 


Tisbury, 










117 


104 


- 


13 


West Tisbury, 










55 


47 


- 


8 












550 


491 


1 


60 



Net decrease, Dukes County, 59. 
Essex County. 



Amesbury, 

Andover, 

Beverly, 

Boxford, 

Dan vers, 

Essex, . 

Georgetown, 

Gloucester, 

Groveland, 

Hamilton, 

Haverhill, 

Ipswich, 



1,618 


1,532 




410 


406 


- 


2,390 


2,348 


- 


80 


77 


- 


1,064 


1,166 


102 


272 


249 


- 


403 


401 


- 


3,373 


2,530 


- 


320 


355 


35 


177 


177 


- 


7,870 


8,397 


527 


615 


490 





86 
4 

42 
3 

23 
2 

843 



125 



352 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Table No. 1 — Continued. 
Essex County — Concluded. 





1898. 


1899. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Lawrence 


7,115 


7,144 


29 




Lynn, . 














13,359 


13,669 


310 


- 


Lynnfield, 














106 


114 


8 


- 


Manchester, 














276 


247 


- 


29 


Marblehead, 














1,287 


1,313 


26 


- 


Merrimac, 














326 


339 


13 


- 


Methuen, 














1,273 


1,257 


- 


16 


Middleton, 














108 


116 


8 


- 


Nahant, . 














160 


157 


- 


3 


Newbury, 














172 


170 


- 


2 


Newbnryport, 












2,278 


2,560 


282 


- 


North Andover, 












550 


454 


- 


96 


Peabody, 












2,112 


2,072 


- 


40 


Rock port, 














594 


532 


- 


62 


Rowley, . 














222 


226 


4 


- 


Salem, . 














6,942 


6,748 


- 


198 


Salisbury, 














289 


280 


- 


9 


Saugus, . 














880 


860 


- 


20 


Swampscott, 














616 


598 


- 


18 


Topsfield, 














149 


152 


3 


- 


Wenham, 














126 


104 


- 


22 


West Newbury, 












251 


249 


- 


2 
















57,783 


57,489 


1,347 


1,641 



Net decrease, Essex County, 294. 
Franklin County. 



Ashfield, 

Bernardston, 

Buckland, 

Charlemont, 

Colrain, . 

Conway, 

Deerfield, 

Erving, . 

Gill, 

Greenfield, 

Hawley, 

Heath, . 

Leverett, 

Leyden, . 

Monroe, . 

Montague, 

New Salem, 

Northfield, 

Orange, . 

Rowe, . 

Shelburne, 

Shutesbury, 

Sunderland, 

Warwick, 

Wendell, 

Whately, 



135 


128 




90 


98 


8 


226 


260 


34 


133 


133 


- 


227 


238 


11 


229 


236 


7 


279 


273 


- 


136 


127 


- 


129 


126 


- 


1,155 


1,187 


32 


74 


68 


- 


75 


84 


9 


134 


114 


- 


44 


48 


4 


50 


44 


- 


1,246 


1,128 


- 


105 


84 


- 


250 


248 


- 


1,112 


1,005 


- 


49 


61 


• 12 


214 


210 


- 


46 


39 


- 


96 


102 


6 


104 


76 


- 


81 


74 


- 


109 


122 


13 


6,528 


6,313 


136 



20 

6 

118 

21 

2 
107 

4 

7 

28 
7 



351 



Net decrease, Franklin County, 215. 



1900.] 



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353 



Table No. 1 — Continued. 



Hampden County. 





1898. 


1899. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Agawam, 


415 


411 




4 


Blandford, 












122 


122 


- 


_ 


Brimfield, 












153 


160 


7 


_ 


Chester, . 












159 


149 


— 


10 


Chicopee, 












2,203 


2,110 


- 


93 


East Longmeadow 


» 










143 


113 


- 


30 


Granville, 












151 


147 


_ 


4 


Hampden, 












126 


123 


- 


3 


Holland, 












24 


24 


- 


- 


Holyoke, 












6,078 


3,034 


- 


3,034 


Longmeadow, 












83 


94 


11 


- 


Ludlow, . 












50 


52 


2 


_ 


Monson, 












552 


519 


- 


33 


Montgomery, 












39 


38 


- 


1 


Palmer, . 












744 


740 


- 


4 


Russell, . 












87 


95 


8 


- 


Southwick, . 












146 


144 


- 


2 


Springfield, . 












11,073 


11,919 


846 


- 


Tolland, 












43 


44 


1 


- 


Wales, . 












121 


136 


15 


_ 


Westfield, 












1,857 


1,981 


124 


- 


West Springfield, 












1,187 


1,077 


- 


110 


Wilbraham, . 












185 


185 


- 


- 














25,741 


23,417 


1,014 


3,338 



Net decrease, Hampden County, 2,324. 



Hampshire County. 



Amherst, 


651 


636 




15 


Belchertown, . 












201 


239 


38 




Chesterfield, . 












99 


102 


3 


_ 


Cummington, 












112 


101 


- 


11 


Easthampton, 












733 


823 


90 


_ 


Enfield, . 












168 


196 


28 


_ 


Goshen, . 












46 


49 


3 


_ 


Granby, . 












116 


114 


_ 


2 


Greenwich, . 












72 


72 


_ 


_ 


Hadley, . 












207 


169 


_ 


38 


Hatfield, 












299 


309 


10 


_ 


Huntington, . 












170 


181 


11 


_ 


Middlefield, . 












56 


62 


6 


_ 


Northampton, 












2,912 


2,763 


- 


149 


Pelham, 












70 


71 


1 


_ 


Plainfield, 












64 


63 


_ 


1 


Prescott, 












61 


53 


_ 


8 


South Hadley, 












551 


685 


134 


_ 


Southampton, 












135 


127 


- 


8 


Ware, 












869 


914 


45 


_ 


Westhampton, 












59 


55 


_ 


4 


Williamsburg, 












267 


282 


15 


_ 


Worthington, 












94 


94 


- 


- 














8,012 


8,160 


384 


236 



Net increase, Hampshire County, 148. 



354 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Table No. 1 — Continued. 
Middlesex County. 





1898. 


1899. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Acton, 261 


263 


2 


„ 


Arlington, 










992 


1,009 


17 


- 


Ashby, . 










. 130 


142 


12 


- 


Ashland, 










299 


306 


7 


_ 


Ayer, . 










351 


337 


- 


14 


Bedford, 












150 


145 


_ 


5 


Belmont, 












400 


430 


30 


_ 


Billerica, 












377 


395 


18 


_ 


Boxborough, . 












37 


36 


- 


1 


Burlington, . 












90 


126 


36 


- 


Cambridge, . 












18,399 


18,314 


- 


85 


Carlisle, 












75 


76 


1 


_ 


Chelmsford, . 












542 


522 


_ 


20 


Concord, 












516 


495 


_ 


21 


Dracut, . 












229 


374 


145 


_ 


Dunstable, 












62 


66 


4 


_ 


Everett, . 












3,834 


3,940 


106 


- 


Framingham, 












1,404 


1,791 


387 


- 


Groton, . 












297 


336 


39 


- 


Holliston, 












421 


379 


_ 


42 


Hopkinton, . 












494 


469 


- 


25 


Hudson, 












736 


714 


- 


22 


Lexington, 












391 


386 


- 


5 


Lincoln, . 












126 


194 


68 


- 


Littleton, 












178 


138 


- 


40 


Lowell, . 












17,567 


17,730 


163 


- 


Maiden, . 












6,411 


6,421 


10 


- 


Marlborough, 












2,858 


2,888 


30 


- 


Maynard, 












465 


470 


5 


- 


Medford, 












3,493 


3,562 


69 


- 


Melrose, 












2,550 


2,605 


55 


- 


Natick, . 












1,722 


1,690 


- 


32 


Newton, 












6,284 


6,339 


55 


- 


North Reading, 












97 


88 


- 


9 


Pepperell, 












572 


523 


- 


49 


Reading, 












868 


904 


36 


- 


Sherborn, 












164 


128 


- 


36 


Shirley, . 












210 


247 


37 


- 


Somerville, . 












11,401 


11,001 


- 


400 


Stoneham, 












1,268 


1,370 


102 


- 


Stow, 












103 


87 


- 


16 


Sudbury, 












227 


222 


- 


5 


Tewksbury, . 












148 


110 


- 


38 


Townsend, 












253 


271 


18 


- 


Tyngsborough, 












97 


93 


- 


4 


Wakefield, . 












1,608 


1,539 


- 


69 


Waltham, 












4,341 


4,544 


203 


- 


Watertown, . 












1,767 


1,786 


19 


- 


Way land, 












364 


372 


8 


3 


Westford, 












317 


273 


- 


44 


Weston, . 












209 


212 


3 


- 


Wilmington, . 












208 


184 


- 


24 


Winchester, . 












1,103 


1,256 


153 


- 


Woburn, 












2,709 


2,633 


- 


76 














100,175 


100,931 


1,838 


1,082 



Net increase, Middlesex County, 756. 



Nantucket County. 



Nantucket, 



287 



380 



93 



1900.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



355 



Table No. 1 — Continued. 
Norfolk County. 





1898. 


1899. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Avon, 


330 


306 


_ 


24 


Bellingham, 














265 


222 


_ 


43 


Braintree, 














783 


906 


123 


_ 


Brookline, 














4,183 


3,585 


- 


598 


Canton, . 














917 


887 


- 


30 


Cohasset, 














334 


333 


_ 


1 


Dedharu, 














1,450 


1,231 


- 


219 


Dover, . 














65 


78 


13 


_ 


Foxborough, 














492 


514 


22 


_ 


Franklin, 














795 


787 


- 


8 


Holbrook, 














379 


353 


- 


26 


Hyde Park, 














1,915 


2,132 


217 


_ 


Medfield, 














339 


256 


- 


83 


Medway, 














411 


382 


- 


29 


Millis, . 














154 


117 


- 


37 


Milton, . 














1,113 


1,047 


- 


66 


Needham, 














521 


495 


_ 


26 


Norfolk, 














91 


88 


_ 


3 


Norwood, 














532 


714 


182 


_ 


Quincy, . 














3,008 


3,105 


97 


- 


Randolph, 














690 


694 


4 


- 


Sharon, . 














217 


232 


15 


_ 


Stoughton, 














878 


830 


- 


48 


Walpole, 














602 


655 


53 


- 


Wellesley, 














664 


611 


- 


53 


Westwood, 














159 


133 


- 


26 


Weymouth, 














2,040 


2,035 


- 


5 


Wrentham, 


383 


362 


- 


21 




23,710 


23,090 


726 


1,340 



Net decrease, Norfolk County, 620. 



Plymouth County. 



Abington 


883 


887 


4 




Bridgewater, . 












566 


436 


- 


130 


Brockton, 












8,363 


8,791 


428 


- 


Carver, . 












145 


129 


_ 


16 


Duxbury, 












294 


298 


4 


_ 


East Bridgewater, 












483 


467 


- 


16 


Halifax, 












72 


61 


_ 


11 


Hanover, 












290 


255 


_ 


35 


Hanson, 












194 


194 


_ 


_ 


Hingham, 












653 


684 


31 


- 


Hull, . 












193 


230 


37 


_ 


Kingston, 












240 


232 


- 


8 


Lakeville, 












102 


100 


_ 


2 


Marion, . 












142 


176 


34 


_ 


Marshfield, . 












215 


180 


- 


35 


Mattapoisett, . 












127 


147 


20 


- 


Middleborough, 












878 


1,022 


144 


- 


Norwell, 












249 


211 


- 


38 


Pembroke, 












153 


175 


22 


- 


Plymouth, 












1,571 


1,463 


- 


108 


Plympton, 












75 


60 


- 


15 


Rochester, 












111 


118 


7 


_ 


Rockland, 












954 


840 


_ 


114 


Scituate, 












399 


401 


2 


— 



356 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



Table No. 1 — Continued. 
Plymouth County — Concluded. 





1898. 


1899. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


West Bridgewater, .... 


287 

221 

1,121 


408 

234 

1,276 


121 

13 

155 


- 




18,981 


19,475 


1,022 


528 



Net increase, Plymouth County, 494. 
Suffolk County. 



Boston, . . .... 


93,635 

5,800 

1,794 

849 


96,765 

6,000 

1,640 

866 


3,130 

200 

17 


154 




102,078 


105,271 


3,347 


154 



Net increase, Suffolk County, 3,193. 



Worcester County. 



Ashburnham, 


253 


211 




42 


Athol, . 












1,291 


1,111 


- 


180 


Auburn, 














183 


185 


2 


- 


Barre, . 














388 


332 


- 


56 


Berlin, . 














93 


103 


10 


- 


Blackstone, 














717 


727 


10 


- 


Bolton, . 














119 


89 


_ 


30 


Boylston, 














70 


99 


29 


- 


Brookheld, 














416 


376 


- 


40 


Charlton, 














198 


300 


102 


- 


Clinton, . 














1,729 


1,696 


- 


33 


Dana, 














122 


90 


- 


32 


Douglas, 














383 


293 


- 


90 


Dudlev, . 














274 


296 


22 


- 


Fitchburg, 














5,893 


5,920 


27 


- 


Gardner, 














1,709 


1,349 


- 


360 


Grafton, . 














569 


595 


26 


_ 


Hardwick, 














340 


245 


_ 


95 


Harvard, 














173 


177 


4 


- 


Holden, . 














343 


326 


_ 


17 


Hopedale, 














363 


444 


81 


- 


Hubbardston, 














183 


196 


13 


- 


Lancaster, 














306 


342 


36 


- 


Leicester, 














570 


600 


30 


- 


Leominster, 














1,762 


2,200 


438 


- 


Lunenburg, 














178 


175 


— 


3 


Mendon, 














155 


151 




4 


Milford, 














1,798 


1,602 


- 


196 


Millbury, 














448 


486 


38 


28 


New Braintree, 












96 


92 


- 


4 


North Brook field, 












548 


472 


- 


76 


Northborough, 












272 


256 


- 


16 


Northbridge, . 












596 


596 


- 


- 


Oakham, 












97 


100 


3 


- 


Oxford, . 












365 


336 


— 


29 



1900.] 



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357 



Table No. 1 — Concluded. 
Worcester County — Concluded. 





1898. 


1899. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Paxton, 


71 


53 




18 


Petersham, 














120 


111 


- 


9 


Phillipston, 














62 


53 


- 


9 


Princeton, 














173 


173 


- 


- 


Royal ston, 














104 


120 


16 


- 


Rutland, 














111 


131 


20 


- 


Shrewsbury, . 














178 


238 


60 


- 


Southborougb 


> ■ 












250 


235 


- 


15 


Southbridge, 














1,159 


921 


- 


238 


Spencer, . 














1,037 


1,027 


- 


10 


Sterling, . 














221 


211 


- 


10 


Sturbridge, . 














217 


206 


- 


11 


Sutton, . 














235 


265 


30 


- 


Templeton, . 














612 


620 


8 


- 


Upton, . 














322 


359 


37 


- 


Uxbridge, 














439 


391 


- 


48 


Warren, 














376 


387 


11 


- 


Webster, 














1,119 


1,054 


- 


65 


West Boylston, 












265 


300 


35 


- 


West Brookfield, 












178 


159 


- 


19 


Westborough, 












750 


687 


- 


63 


Westminster, 












146 


151 


5 


- 


Winchendon, . 












735 


741 


6 


- 


Worcester, 












19,106 


24,288 


5,182 


- 
















50,986 


55,449 


6,281 


1,818 



Net increase, Worcester County, 4,463. 











Recapitulation, 








COUNTIES. 


1898. 


1899. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Barnstable, 


2,602 


2,576 


_ 


26 


Berkshire, 














15,043 


14,349 


- 


694 


Bristol, . 














36,443 


36,146 


- 


297 


Dukes, . 














550 


491 


- 


59 


Essex, . 














57,783 


57,489 


- 


294 


Franklin, 














6,528 


6,313 


- 


215 


Hampden, 














25,741 


23,417 


- 


2,324 


Hampshire, 














8,012 


8,160 


148 


- 


Middlesex, 














100,175 


100,931 


756 


- 


Nantucket, 














287 


380 


93 


- 


Norfolk, 














• 23,710 


23,090 


- 


620 


Plymouth, 














18,981 


19,475 


494 


- 


Suffolk, . 














102,078 


105,271 


3,193 


- 


Worcester, 














50,986 


55,449 


4,463 


- 
















448,919 


453,537 


9,147 


4,529 



Net increase for 1899, 4,618. 



358 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



359 



Table No. 3. — Locations of Headquarters of Brigades, Regiments, Bat- 
talions and Armories of Companies, by Cities, Towns and Counties. 



City or 1 


"own. County. 


Headquarters. 


s 

a 

"5> 

CD 

X 


Companies of 
I n i a n try, 
Heavy Ar- 
tillery and 
Naval liri- , 
gade. 


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Adams, 


. Berkshire, . 


- 


2d, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Attleboro 


ugh,. Bristol, 


- 


5th, 


I, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Beverly, 


. Essex, 


- 


8th, 


E, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Boston, 


. Suffolk, . 


1st Corps Cadets, 


- 


A.B.C.D, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


ii 


< 


• 


1st Brigade, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ii 


< 


• 


1st 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1st, 


- 


- 


ii 


• 


. 


2d 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


<< 


< 


. 


2d 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2d, 


_* 


- 


<< 


i 




IstRegt. H.Art., 


- I 


A,C, D,G, 

K,L, 


1- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


<< 


> 


• 


5th Regiment, . 


- 


A,H, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


<< 


< 




- 


6th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




H 


i 


• 


9th Regiment, . 


- I 


A,B,C,D, 
E,H,I, 


1- 


- 


- 


- 




II 


« 


• 


1st Bat. Cavalry, 


- 


- 


A,D, 


- 


- 


- 




(I 


< 


, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


A, 


- 


- 




l< 


< 


• 


Naval Brigade, . 


- I 


A,B,C,D, 

K,t 


(- 


- 


- 


- 




Braintree 


. Norfolk, 


- 


5th, 


K, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Brockton, 


. Plymouth, . 


- 


1st, 


I, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Cambridg 


e, . Middlesex, . 


- 


1st, 


B, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Cambridg 


e, . Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


B, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Chelsea, 


. Suffolk, . 


- 


1st, 


H, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Clinton, 


. Worcester,. 


- 


9th, 


K, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Concord, 


. Middlesex,. 


- 


6th, 


I. • ■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Danvers, 


. Essex, 


- 


8th, 


K, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Everett, 


. Middlesex, . 


- 


&th, 


B, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Fall Rivei 


r, . Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


M.F.I.t- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Fitchburg 


', . Worcester, . 


- 


6th, 


B, D, 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Framingb 


am, . Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


E, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Gardner, 


. Worcester, . 


- 


2d, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Gloncestc 


r, . Essex, 


- 


8th, 


G, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Greenflel 


i, . Franklin, . 


- 


2d, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Haverhill 


, . Essex, 


- 


8th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Hudson, 


. Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Holyoke, 


. Hampden, . 


- 


2d, 


D, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Lawrenc( 


;, . Essex, 


1st Bat. Lt. Art., 


- 


- 


- 


c, 


- 


- 





* First detachment. f Co. K, Naval Brigade. X Co - F and Co. I, Naval Brigade. 



360 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Table No. 3 — Concluded. 



I'l iv OB Tt>\\ n. 


CODNTY. 


Hkadqcahtkrs. 


c 

a 
s> 

X 


Companies of 
I nfantry, 
Heavy Ar- 
tillery and 
Naval Bri- 
gade. 


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St 


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a. 
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Lawrence, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Lawrence, 


Essex, 


- 


9th, 


P, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Lowell, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


C, G, M, . 


- 


- 


- 


2d,* 




Lowell, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


9th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Lynn, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


D, I.E.t . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Maiden, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Marblehead, . 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


C, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Marlborough, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Medford, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


E, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Milford, . 


Worcester, . 


- 


6th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




New Bedford, . 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


E, G,t . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Newburyport, . 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


A, L,§ . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Northampton, . 


Hampshire, 


- 


2d, 


I, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Newton, . 


Middlesex, . 


- 


5th, 


C, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Natick, 


Middlesex,. 


- 


9th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Orange, . 


Franklin, . 


- 


2d, 


E, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Plymouth, . 


Plymouth, . 


- 


5th, 


D, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Salem, 


Essex, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


- 


A.B.C.D, 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Salem, 


Essex, 


8th Regiment, . 


8th, 


H, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Sornerville, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


8th, 


M, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Southbridge, . 


Worcester,. 


- 


6th, 


K, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Springfield, 


Hampden, . 


2d Regiment, 


2d, 


- 












Springfield, 


Hampden, . 


- 


2d, 


B,G,K,H,|| 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Stoneham, 


Middlesex, . 


- 


6th, 


H, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Taunton, . 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Wakefield, 


Middlesex, . 


6th Regiment, . 


6th, 


A, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Waltham, 


ii 


- 


5th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Weetford, 


ii 


- 


- 


- 


F/r 


- 


- 


- 




Woburn, . 


ii 


- 


5th, 


G, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Worcester, 


Worcester, . 


- 


2d, 


A,C,H,K, 


- 


- 


- 


- 




«< 


H 


- 


- 


- 


- 


B, 


- 


- 




ii 


it 


- 


9th, 


G, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 





* Second detachment. 
§ Co. L, Naval Brigade. 



t Co. E, Naval Brigade. 



t Co. G, Naval Brigade. 
|| Co. H, Naval Brigade. 



ir Detachment at Carlisle, Chelmsford and North Chelmsford. 



1900.] 



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361 



Table No. 4. — Allowances, Armory Bents, 1899. 







Amount re- 




City or Town. 


Organization. 


turned by 


Amount al- 






City or Town. 


lowed. 


Adams, . 


Co. N, Second Regiment Infantry, 


$900 00 


$400 00 


Amesbury, 


B, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 5 








months, 


600 00 


100 00 


Attleborough, . 


I, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 


280 00 


150 00 


Beverly, . 


E, Eighth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Boston, . 




Headquarters First Brigade, 


200 00 


200 00 


«« 




" Second Brigade, . 


200 00 


200 00 


t« 




" First Reg't Heavy Art., 


200 00 


200 00 


(i 




" Fifth Reg't Infantry, . 


200 00 


200 00 


(t 




" Ninth " '« 


200 00 


200 00 


<< 




" First Battalion Cavalry, 


200 00 


200 00 


it 




Co. A, First Regiment Heavy Art., . 


400 00 


400 00 


« 




n <( «« << (< 


400 00 


400 00 


<< 




]) <« << K <( 


400 00 


400 00 


«« 




Q. (( (( (< II 


400 00 


400 00 


<« 




J£ (( <( <( <( 


400 00 


400 00 


«< 




L,' " " " " 


400 00 


400 00 


t< 




A, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 


1,200 00 


50 00 


II 




H, " " " 


400 00 


50 00 


(( 




A, Ninth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


<( 




B, " *' " 


400 00 


400 00 


It 




Q (I «( (( 


400 00 


400 00 


«( 




D, " " " 


400 00 


50 00 


(if 




E, " " " 


400 00 


400 00 


u 




H, " " " 


400 00 


400 00 


II 




T << «< a 

J., . . 


400 00 


400 00 


(( 




L, Sixth " " 


1,085 00 


50 00 


II 




Headquarters, and 4 companies First 










Cadets, 


4,800 00 


1,800 00 


(( 




Battery A, Light Artillery, . 


600 00 


600 00 


<« 




Co. A, Cavalry, 


600 00 


600 00 


<( 




D, " 


2,000 00 


500 00 


<( 




Signal Corps, First Brigade, . 


200 00 


200 00 


«( 




" " Second Brigade, 


200 00 


200 00 


«( 




Detachment Ambulance Corps, . 


100 00 


100 00 


Brockton, 




Co. I, First Regiment Heavy Artillery, 


1,000 00 


400 00 


Braintree, 


K, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 


400 00 


400 00 


Cambridge, 


B, " " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Cambridge, 


B, First Reg't Heavy Artillery, . 


400 00 


400 00 


Carlisle, . 


Detachment Co. F, Cavalry, 


75 00 


75 00 


Chelmsford, 


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350 00 


300 00 


Chelsea, . 


Co. H, First Reg't Heavy Artillery, . 


1,221 85 


400 00 


Concord, . 


I, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


Clinton, . 


K, Ninth " 


400 00 


400 00 


Danvers, . 


K, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 10 








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400 00 


333 34 


Fall River, 


Battery M, First Reg't Heavy Artillery, 


600 00 


400 00 


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400 00 


400 00 


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400 00 


400 00 


Fitchburg, 


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400 00 


400 00 


Fitchburg, 


D, " " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Framingham, . 


E, " " " 


750 00 


350 00 


Gardner, . 


F, Second " " 


350 00 


350 00 


Greenfield, 


L, " «' " 


450 37 


375 00 


Gloucester, 
Gloucester, 


G, Eighth " " 
M, Naval Brigade, 


| 1,000 00 


250 00 


Haverhill, 


F, Eighth Reg't Infantry, . 


712 50 


400 00 


Hudson, . 


M, Fifth •• " (9mos.), 


400 00 


200 00 


Holyoke, . 


D, Second «« « . 


400 00 


150 00 


Lawrence, 


Battery C, First Battalion Lt. Art., 


600 00 


600 00 


i« 


Co. L, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 



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Table No. 4 — Concluded. 







Amount re- 




City ob Town. 


Organization. 


turned by 


Amount al- 






City or Town. 


lowed. 


Lawrence, 


Co. F, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 


$400 00 


$400 00 


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200 00 


200 00 


Lowell, 




Co. C, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


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G, " M " 


400 00 


400 00 


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M, Ninth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


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200 00 


100 00 


Lynn, 




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400 00 


400 00 


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400 00 


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400 00 


400 00 


Marblehead, . 


C, Eighth Reg't Infantry (6 mos.) , 


300 00 


150 00 


Marlborough, . 


F, Sixth " ■• . 


400 00 


300 00 


Maiden, . 


L, Fifth " «« . . 


400 00 


400 00 


Medford, . 


E, " " " . . 


100 00 


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Milford, . 


M, Sixth •■ «« . 


500 00 


400 00 


New Bedford, . 


G, Naval Brigade, 


800 00 


400 00 


New Bedford, . 


E, First Regiment Heavy Art , . 


700 00 


400 00 


Northampton, . 


I, Second Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


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Newburyport, . 


A, Eighth Reg't Infantry (6 mos.), 


300 00 


100 00 


Newburyport, . 


L, Naval Brigade, 


400 00 


300 00 


Newton, . 


C, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


Natick, 


L, Ninth " " 


400 00 


100 00 


Orange, . 


E, Second " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Plymouth, 


D, Fifth Reg't Infantry (8 mos.), 


356 00 


200 00 


Salem, 


Hdqrs. and four companies, 2d Cadets, 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 


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Co. H, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


700 00 


400 00 


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Hdqrs. Eighth Reg't Infantry (9mos.)> 


300 00 


150 00 


Stoneham, 


Co. H, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


Somerville, 


M, Eighth *« " 


400 00 


60 00 


Springfield, 


Headquarters Second Reg't Infantry, . 


200 00 


200 00 


ii 


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400 00 


400 00 


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400 00 


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400 00 


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H, Naval Brigade, 


400 00 


400 00 


Southbridge, . 


K, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


Taunton, . 


F, First Regiment Heavy Art., . 


400 00 


400 00 


Wakefield, 


A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


Waltham, 


F, Fifth " " 


1,125 00 


400 00 


Westford, 


F, Cavalry Detachment, 


175 00 


176 00 


Woburn, . 


G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


Worcester, 


Battery C, First Battalion Lt. Art., . 


600 00 


600 00 


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400 00 


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400 00 


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400 00 


400 00 


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G, Ninth ■< « 


400 00 


400 00 




U. S. S. " Minnesota," dockage, 


1,800 00 


1,800 00 






$53,130 72 


$36,958 34 



* No allowance. Condemned. 



t No allowance. Armory condemned. 



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